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MSU Ed.D. program named one of nation’s best by The Princeton Review

Morehead State University’s Doctor in Education (Ed.D.) program continues to receive national recognition.  

The Princeton Review, a long-time resource for helping high school and college students achieve their academic goals, has named MSU’s Ed.D. program to its Best Online Doctor of Education Programs. It is one of 50 programs highlighted for its academic quality, flexibility and affordability.  

A complete list can be found at www.princetonreview.com/education-school-rankings?rankings=best-online-doctor-education-programs.  

Our programs have received several rankings over the years. The ranking entities and the criteria they use are many,” said Dr. Lee Nabb, associate professor of foundational and graduate studies. “In my opinion, any favorable rankings we receive are due mainly to two things: (1) the dedicated, caring and professional faculty and staff members who not only really run the program but also make it as reputable and appreciated as it is; and (2) the flexibility of the program, which is designed to facilitate the individual personal and professional needs and interests of each student. When a program has this basic combination, it is bound to be successful.”  

For more information on MSU’s Ed.D. program, visit www.moreheadstate.edu/study/edd

To learn more about MSU’s Department of Foundational and Graduate Studies in Education, visit www.moreheadstate.edu/fgse, email fgse@moreheadstate.edu or call 606-783-2261.  

For more information about MSU’s Volgenau College of Education and its programs, call 606-783-2162 or visit www.moreheadstate.edu/education