As part of a global initiative grant, Creighton University offered an online Bachelor of Science degree in Leadership for students living at the margins through the Jesuit Worldwide Learning (JWL) program. Program personnel designed purposeful pathways to lead students to degree completion. Issues in implementation included the integration of international students in a typically domestic-based program, connectivity issues, and communication challenges between students and faculty.
Assistant Program Director, Master of Organizational Leadership, Graduate School, Creighton University, Nebraska, United States
ONLINE DEGREE, COMPLETION OBSTACLES, CULTURE, CURRICULUM, TECHNOLOGY