Doctorate of Education Logistics
The Doctorate of Education is a 60-credit, 3-year sequence of coursework. Each August, a new cohort of approximately students will begin the program, taking a common sequence of courses and building a diverse network of colleagues who support one another academically, personally and professionally.
Program Course Map
There are 7-week terms that will meet once a month each year at the Henniker, NH campus and a summer residency:
Summer II-August orientation
Fall I Term-September and October on-campus meetings
Fall II Term-November and December on-campus meetings
Spring I Term-January and February on-campus meetings
Spring II Term-March and April on-campus meetings
Summer I Term-No on-campus meetings
These intensive weekend meetings will be held on Friday from 4pm-8pm and -Saturday 8am-5pm (students will not be required to spend the night). These meetings will involve coursework, advising, group meeting times, speakers, and other activities. Friday dinner along with Saturday breakfast and lunch are included.
Students, faculty and visiting practitioner-scholars collaborate throughout the term using the Blackboard Learning Management system, web-conferencing software, and other technologies. The August residency is a week long and incorporates orientation activities, comprehensive project presentations, dissertation workshops and presentations, and other educational programs.
Access to Campus Resources
All students enrolled in the Doctorate of Education will receive an NEC ID and accounts for an email address and to the Blackboard Learning Management system. With the NEC ID, students will be able to access these accounts and have access to the library databases while on campus and from home. Students will also have access to consortium libraries throughout the region. Library, IT staff and Student Support Services are accessible by phone or email throughout the course of the year.
If you require accommodations for documents disabilities, please contact Anna Carlson, Director of Disability Services at email@example.com or 603.428.2302 to discuss your needs as soon as possible.
Tuition and Fees
The tuition rate for 2013-14 is $646/credit (students will take 20-credits each year). Additionally, there is a program fee for each on-campus meeting and the summer residencies.
The cost for each on-campus meeting is $215
The cost for each summer residency is $520
The total cost of residency fees for each academic year is $2,240
The fees will cover all meals during the on-campus meetings, in-class course materials and access to course and library materials throughout the year.
Fees do not include: textbooks, transportation or housing during on-campus meetings. Students will be billed at the beginning of each 7-week term.
For more information about
financial assistance or billing, please contact Student Financial Services at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 603.428.2226.
NEC does have an on-campus housing option for the August residency, but not during the monthly residencies. The charge for on campus accommodations is $50/day and includes a single room with a shared community bathroom in a residence hall. Amenities include bed linens, and towels. Prior notification is required. If you would like to stay overnight off campus, there are a number of options available:
On-campus residence hall (see above for rates).
For additional options and
contact information, visit us at
NEC Accommodations here.
The mission of the New England College School of Graduate and Professional Studies is to remove obstacles to educational advancement and open new pathways leading to professional development and personal enrichment.
For more information please contact the graduate admission office at:
Office of Graduate Admission | New England College
98 Bridge Street | Henniker, NH 03242
M-F, 8:30-4:30 EST | Phone: (603) 428-2252
Fax: (603) 428-8123 | email@example.com