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Doctorate of Science in Humanities


 

Grief Counseling Concentration


Furthering your studies and earning a doctoral degree would increase your confidence as well as your clients’ seeking your help .

Once you have filled out your registration form and it has been processed, you can start your degree program immediately .
AITU Doctoral degree programs are provided on- campus and online in a flexible and accelerated format. In the Flexible Format you will finish each course in 15 weeks while in the Accelerated Form, you can finish each course in 6 weeks .

 

Grief Counseling Concentration Requirements

 
Core Requirements
 
20 Credit Hours
  1. GFC-701: Research Design and Methodology
  2. GFC-702: Sudden Loss and Grief
  3. GFC-703: Clinical Dimensions of Anticipated Mourning
  4. GFC-704: Treatment of Complicated Mourning
  5. GFC-705: Advanced Children and Grief

 

Concentration Requirements
 
24 Credit Hour
  1. GFC-806: Death, Dying and Grief
  2. GFC-808: Advanced Counseling: Theories and Techniques II
  3. GFC-809: Crisis Counseling
  4. GFC-810: Advanced Multicultural Counseling
  5. GFC-899: Dissertation

 

 

Investing in a Doctoral is a sound decision. AITU Doctoral degree empowers the minds of its candidates and expands their knowledge base, thus, enabling them to become experts in their fields of specialization .
Once you have filled out your registration form and it has been processed, you can start your degree program immediately.
The Doctorate of Education is provided on-campus and online and in two different formats. In flexible, students can get their degree in two years after satisfying its requirements of 60 credit hours. On the other hand, candidates can work harder towards attaining their degree in one year through AITU accelerated program .


Core Requirements


EDU-701:  Research Design and Methodology

An Advanced course explores the meaning of research, types of research, critically analysis the various steps of designing and conducting a research .


EDU-702: American Education History

This course discusses the history of formal educational institutions as well as the intellectual, political, social and economic influencing factor on educational institutions in the United States .


EDU-703: International Education

This course provides a comparative analysis of the historical and present perspective of international education .


EDU-704: Globalization and Education

This course aims at examining global research about modern educational systems as well as their functions and role in today’s modern commercial society .


EDU-708 Theories of Learning

This course provides an examination of learning theories that apply to individual differences as well as the psychological approaches and interpretations of contemporary learning theories .


EDU-709: Educational Assessment and Evaluation

This course studies the significance of assess and evaluation to educational leaders .


EDU-730: Foundations of Distance Education

This course aims at providing an in depth understanding of the principles of curriculum development, instructional methods, assessment and evaluation techniques applied in a distance learning setting .


EDU-712: Education: Law and Ethics

This is an advanced course that critically discusses school law theory and practices pertaining to educational leadership .


EDU-710: Advanced Educational Leadership

An advanced course prepares students to work as educational administrators and superintendents through discussing leadership principles, responsibilities and skills needed to create an effective school .


EDU-899: Dissertation.

The candidate for doctoral degree will be asked to provide an in depth research of a topic that adds value to the discipline .