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Urged by her principal to pursue an administrative degree, Katrissa Fisher (’17) of Winterville, N.C., decided to attend an information session about Gardner-Webb University. “After a discussion with the Gardner-Webb rep, I knew I wanted to attend,” Fisher reflected. “I chose the Master of Arts in Executive Leadership Studies program, because I was executing administrative duties as part of my job responsibilities, but I did not have the credentials. After completing the Master of Arts, I chose the Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, because I felt it was the missing component of my educational knowledge.”
Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, GWU School of Education, Katrissa Fisher, Master of Arts in Executive Leadership Studies
Office of University Communications, "GWU School of Education Graduate Programs Help Educator Grow as a Leader" (2016). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 836.