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Today, the university has over 4000 students from many West African countries
Located in AFRICA, ASIA, EUROPE & SOUTH AMERICA
Obtained approval and then accreditation for bachelor and master degree programs in Wisconsin International University College Ghana
Wisconsin International University (WIU) was established in 1992
Wisconsin International University (WIU) was established in 1992. Its purpose is to provide students in foreign countries; especially, developing countries the opportunity to continue their higher education and pursue degrees modeled after universities in the United States. All courses are taught in English.
WIU established its first campus in 1993 in Tallinn, Estonia under the name of Concordia International University Estonia as an independent, private university with all courses taught in English. It was accredited by the Estonia Minister of Education to offer a bachelor’s degree in international business. It has since merged with the Tallinn Technological University.
In 1997, Wisconsin International University Ukraine was founded in Kiev as an independent university offering bachelor and master degree programs accredited by the Ukraine Minister of Education. For more information go to www.wiuu.edu.ua.
From 1993 to 1998, WIU had a partnership with the Lutheran University in Brazil in which WIU sent faculty from the United States to enable Brazil students to obtain a doctorate degree in Education. The degree was validated by Federal Universities in Brazil.
The Accreditation Board of the Ministry of Education in Accra, Ghana, in 2000, provided approval and then accreditation for bachelor and master degree programs for Wisconsin International University College Ghana. Today, the university has over 4000 students from many West African countries. The website, www.wiuc-ghana.edu.gh will provide further information.
Through the years, WIU has worked with partners in China, Hong Kong, Nigeria, Taiwan, and Singapore to provide bachelor and master degrees. Today, the emphasis is on establishing a university in developing countries.
Currently, the foundation is being laid to establish Wisconsin International University & College Liberia in Monrovia. The goal is for WIUL to begin by offering university preparation courses to enable students to pass the WAEC examination to be successful in being admitted into universities to continue their studies. A concept paper will soon be submitted to the National Commission of Higher Education to receive approval to offer undergraduate and graduate programs.
Thank you for visiting us via the Internet and World Wide Web. Wisconsin International University (WIU) appreciates your interest and invites your comments and suggestions. Wisconsin International University has as its goal the establishment of campuses and/or programs on every continent to bring a United States style education to students who may benefit from and who have a desire in an education based on the curriculum and standards of United States universities and standards of the Ministry of Education in each country where WIU is located. The accreditation by the Ministry of Education and/or approval of the Government in the countries where WIU is established is recognition of the quality of its purpose. With our world becoming a global village through communication, trade, and commerce, it is essential that countries work together and understand and appreciate each others history and culture. WIU desires to bring PEACE, HARMONY, AND FREEDOM in the world in which we live and to inspire each individual to do their part to bring PEACE ON EARTH. Please share this information with your friends.
Dr. John Buuck,
President Wisconsin International University
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Students can earn a concentration in the following area by taking 6 more credits in the relevant area:
With the assistance of an adviser and guidance committee, doctoral students plan a program of study tailored to meet their educational needs and professional goals. Students in the HALE doctoral program will enroll in a minimum of 45 credit hours, not including at least 24 dissertation research credit hours. In addition to the following program requirements, candidates must satisfy all college and university graduation requirements.
Core Courses - Required of all HALE doctoral students (15 credits)
EAD 960 Proseminar in Postsecondary Education (3) EAD 970 Organization and Administration in Postsecondary Education (3)
EAD 968 Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum in Postsecondary Education (3)
EAD 967 Policy Development and Analysis in Postsecondary Education (3)
EAD 966 Students in Postsecondary Education (3)
CEP 930 Educational Inquiry (3)
CEP 932 Quantitative Methods in Educational Research (3)
A 900-level course in advanced qualitative methods approved by the student's guidance committee (3-4)
This course is to be taken after the student has completed the three inquiry courses referenced above.
Nine additional graduate credits in advanced HALE seminars that deal with issues of postsecondary education and are appropriate for the student's interests.
Courses taken in an outside department reflecting a deepening study within a particular disciplinary focus that complements the student's HALE coursework. The cognate adds another theoretical lens through which to examine one's research agenda. Cognate selections are typically 900-level courses.
Degree Completion Requirements:
The comprehensive examination, the dissertation proposal, the dissertation research project, and the final dissertation defense are all hallmark experiences of the HALE doctoral program.
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