Stories of African American Graduates of Online Doctoral Programs Needed!
Cathy Evans, a doctoral student at Walden University, is conducting a study. African American doctorate recipients who attained a doctorate from online doctoral psychology programs at Title IV privately operated for-profit, online institutions that practice open admission (FPCUs), within the past five years, are needed to share their experiences and knowledge of completing an online doctoral psychology program at an FPCU. The study seeks to explore the academic achievement of African American students who completed online doctoral programs and attained a doctorate in psychology at Capella University, Walden University, the University of Phoenix, or the University of the Rockies.
Invest a little time from your schedule by contributing your knowledge to an emerging body of knowledge.
To participate, you must be (a) African American and (b) must have attained a doctorate in psychology from an FPCU within the past 5 years. The time, involved, will consist of the following:
- One nonpaid 60- to 90-minute in-depth interview: face-to-face, live chat, Skype, OR telephone, and
- The time you spend reviewing, your interview summary.
For more information, please contact Cathy Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org.