Union’s Doctor of Education Program Initiated at Germantown Campus
September 20, 2002 - On September 9, 2002, 18 students at Union University’s Germantown campus became part of history. Those individuals are among the first to enroll and begin classes, in pursuit of the Ed.D. degree. For those students that first class is Intermediate Statistics taught by Dr. Jennifer Grove.
Students admitted to the doctoral classes have completed the Education Specialist degree offered by Union University. The doctoral completion component includes 9 hours of research statistics classes, with a minimum of a year to complete the dissertation.