Online Doctoral Students at a Faith-Based University: Concerns of Online Education
Online doctoral education enrollment continues to rise, and the number of academic institutions who offer the degrees are increasing proportionately. Various types of institutions are involved in this growth, including those that are faith-based. Due to the competitive nature of all online doctoral degrees, including faith-based and secular programs, it is imperative to understand the needs and concerns of the students who enroll in such programs. Students enrolled in a faith-based university online doctoral program were surveyed regarding their concerns about online doctoral education. The results revealed three main themes of concerns/non-concerns, and these results could be beneficial to faith-based institutions who offer online doctoral education or plan to do so in the future.
Price-Rhea, Kelly; Price, Julia; and Hayes, Deborah. 2018. Online Doctoral Students at a Faith-Based University: Concerns of Online Education. Net: An eJournal of Faith-Based Distance Learning. Vol.1(2). 1-7. http://www.distancelearningdirectors.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/NET-Vol.-1-No.-2.pdf ISSN: 2473-7860