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What is Graduate Education

Elevating Intentional Education Practice in Graduate Programs
A field of study usually defined as requiring the completion of a thesis, dissertation, or creative project in order to receive a degree at least several years to an extended amount of time beyond the bachelor’s degree, with the end result being a coursework, a training program, a master’s or doctoral degree in a specific area (Sokolski, 1994 AU30: The in-text citation "Sokolski, 1994" is not in the reference list. Please correct the citation, add the reference to the list, or delete the citation. ).
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African American Cultural Values Parallel Contemporary American Values in Graduate School Administration
Frank Robert Fuller (East Stroudsburg University, USA) and Howard C. Smith II (LIFE Advocacy Consulting Firm, USA)
Copyright: © 2023 |Pages: 14
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-4600-3.ch011
Throughout modern history, there have been attempts to divide communities in the US between groups as to point at and blame others. Worse still, some groups have preference towards contemporary American cultural values preferred over the values that represent minority populations. The status quo was to translate American contemporary cultural values as being white, angelo-saxon Protestant (WASP), primarily patriarchal populations or images as ideally preferred over those counter to this narrative, especially among minority groups. One can question whether contemporary American cultural values, for higher education, were any different within African American communities. We might appreciate the diversity of values and cultural influences a true American identity and diversity of opinions brings to being a stronger nation overall. African American cultural values towards education parallel contemporary values.
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Back to School: Mid-Life Adult Perspectives About Their Graduate Education
It is the training conducted after the undergraduate education and aimed at specialization.
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Untangling Literacies: Accessible Digital Slides and Syllabi in the Graduate Classroom
Also known as postbaccalaureate education. In the United States of America, a degree program that commences after the baccalaureate program, usually by those over 21 years of age. The program provides advanced collegiate-level training, most frequently for the purpose of certifying practitioners.
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The Promise for African American Male Students in Graduate Studies and Professional Development at Marygrove College
Involves learning and studying for academic or professional degrees, academic or professional certificates, academic or professional diplomas, or other qualifications for which a first or bachelor's degree generally is required, and it is normally. ( ?)
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K. Patricia Cross's Chain-of-Response (COR) Model for Widening Participation at Higher Levels of Lifelong Learning in a World of Massification: Past, Present, and Future
In the United States is understood to be the masters and/or doctorate level. However, in Europe, other terms are used, including post-graduate education; sometimes further and continuing education terms are used for both higher education and graduate education.
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