Level: Doctoral
Language: English

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Ph.D. in Education
November 22, 2009
When I was still studying to earn the degree of Doctorate in Education, my prescribed curriculum courses contents were top courses offered by two outstanding universities, University of Californian,Berkeley, CA and Stanford University, CA. As a student, I was very focused,studied very,very hard in order to pass all the courses with flying colors, and I did. I received outstanding professional assistance from my dean and faculty members. I was provided technological assistance. I was provided ...

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Oct. 30, 2010, 7:07 a.m.
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Great post.
Oct. 17, 2010, 4:50 a.m.
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What on earth are you talking about here? Sharon is not stupid, and neither is having good, solid, and valid accreditation. Get a mirror.
July 19, 2010, 10:03 p.m.
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To Sharon Fleiner S.:

You are stupid, you do not have brain.  Accreditation is Mafia.  No money no accreditation.

When you have brain and knowledge you do not worry for accreditation.

Regionally accreditation are for stupid and lazy people.
May 7, 2010, 10:40 p.m.
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As an entrepreneur, consultant, psychology professor, and writer, Century University's degree has served me well. I agree with "Ph.D. - Education's" positive comments. How to get what is needed from the degree is up to the recipient of it, though I do hold graduate degrees from America's "more acceptable" universities. Century University is accredited; however, really, I do wish that CU had explained some of their accreditation issues a bit more clearly. Others may want or need more standard types of accreditation. 
     In the CU program, I had the wonderful opportunity to work with renowned experts in the field of psychology. I also attended graduate psychology classes at the University of California - Los Angeles and the University of California at Berkeley. These classes were, of course, accepted by Century University. My clinical internship in dissociative identity disorder (DID, which used to be called MPD) research was awesome. This was a one year internship in northern California. And and the numerous social psychological Philip Zimbardo lectures that I attended didn't hurt anything either. Believe me I work with some of the best psychologists and educators in America, and they certainly to not know any more about the field of psychology and education than I. is not affiliated with Century University in any way.