Whether you want to grow into a leadership role, or want to attain the highest level of faculty teaching, a graduate degree from Capella University can help you get there. Capella University is an accredited*, fully online university that offers PhD, EdD, EdS, MS, and bachelor’s degrees. Our online courses are built for academic rigor, engaging discussion, and career relevance. Plus, you have access to dedicated academic advising, financial aid counseling, library services, and advanced writing support.
Capella’s strengths in higher education include:
More than 1,000 colleges and universities have employed Capella students and graduates.
More than 20 percent of community colleges in the U.S. are Capella community college alliance partners.
Through an education alliance, League for Innovation members receive a 10 percent tuition reduction on Capella University courses as well as a waived application fee. Your prior education, industry certifications, or work experience may qualify for course credits and bring you closer to earning your degree1. As a League for Innovation member, you are eligible for many other opportunities, including:
$5,000 scholarships in human capital management
Ten $5,000 scholarships will be awarded to students pursuing one of 19 specializations in the field of human capital management at Capella.
Complete Capella University admission requirements and financial aid application by July 13, 2009.
The Next Generation of Networking: Cutting Edge Tools to Manage Your Career webinar. The internet and the rapid growth of online social networking tools have increased the efficiency and effectiveness of networking. These tools can be used to manage your career by facilitating the process of networking across a broader audience. Discover tips and techniques on how to use the free tool, LinkedIn, to better manage your career.
Academic Standards for Online Learning and Assessment webinar. With the emergence of online delivery in colleges and universities, educators are searching for academic standards that provide a valid and reliable measure of the online learning environment. This presentation offers a 20-year timeline of challenges in the formation of academic standards, as well as resources on the current state and future direction of academic standards.
Giving a Moral Voice to Young Children: Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Earth webinar. Many schools have embraced character education as a way to foster moral growth and to help our youngsters tackle ethical and value-laden decisions. Are we doing enough for our youngest children – our toddlers, preschoolers, and early elementary children? This presentation will explore why the very survival of our earth is dependent upon moral decision-making, how young children develop moral and ethical reasoning, and why early exposure is a necessary foundation for future learning and behavior.
Learn more about these opportunities at www.capella.edu/LFI.