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Degree Path to a Docorate in First Nations Education

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Begin your journey in First Nations education and impact your community forward! Start by completing the online application.

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In addition to the application, what materials do you need to be admitted into the First Nations Educational Doctorate program? Find our here.

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Interview & Essay

The interview and essay gives us a better chance to know you, and you a better chance to know us. You’ll be able to discuss your goals and learn more about our program.

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Paying for Your Ed.D.

We strive to make a doctorate in First Nations Education affordable for anyone willing to make the investment of time and effort. See UW-Green Bay advanced degree costs.

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See what you’ll be studying over the next few years and explore more of how you can support your community.

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Dissertation Project

When you complete two years of coursework, you’ll work on a dissertation project in years three and four.

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Lisa Poupart

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The path to getting your doctorate might be confusing, but don’t worry – we are here to help! With any questions about the process of admissions and the course to your degree, reach out to Professor Lisa Poupart.

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