Tiffany Minard, Ed.D.

Adjunct Faculty,
Department of Professional Educational Studies

Dr. Tiffany Minard is an Adjunct Faculty member for the Educational Technology and Instructional Design courses at ACE. Dr. Minard has worked in higher education for nine years. She has experience providing crisis intervention services and therapeutic case management to at-risk college students. Additionally, she has experience creating e-learning projects for higher education institutions. She also designs new programs and train faculty and staff in higher education. Dr. Minard has a bachelor’s degree in Social Work. She has a master’s degree in Adult and Higher Education, a second master’s degree in Instructional Design, and a doctorate in Educational Leadership.

Education

  • Doctorate in Educational Leadership
    Morehead State University
  • Master's in Adult Education
    Western Kentucky University
  • Master's in Instructional Design
    Western Kentucky University
  • Bachelor's in Social Work
    University of Cincinnati

Research Interests

Program Affiliations

M.Ed. in Higher Education Master of Education

Designed for individuals who wish to advance their skills or career in higher education, this program focuses on the ever-changing global, economic, and technological environments that impact the field of higher education.

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M.Ed. in Instructional Design and Technology Master of Education

This degree is designed for students wishing to use technology to pursue a career in instructional design. You will learn how to evaluate, develop, and implement effective instructional design in a variety of educational settings.

31

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M.Ed. in Integrated Curriculum for Graduates of the M.Ed. in STEM Leadership Master of Education

2018 Catalog Release

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Certificate in Adult Education and Corporate Training Certificate

This certificate is designed to help you utilize teaching skills in an environment that requires professional development, team building, or training to improve personal, collaborative skills in adults. Theories of interaction are taught through experiential activities that you can apply to training opportunities.

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Certificate in Higher Education Certificate

This program is designed for students wishing to learn more about the key areas of higher education. Students will learn about relevant higher education topics that will allow them to advance their knowledge and career in higher education.

18

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Micro-Credential in Community College Leadership Micro-Credential

This micro-credential centers on the unique needs of leadership in a community college setting. With the growing cost of higher education, local institutions will serve a greater role in supporting student achievement, enabling them to complete degrees for career options which may not exist today. Consideration is given to the historical development of the two-year college in light of the economic dynamics existing in the 21st century and how change is needed to build community relationships, service students, and sustain institutional growth.

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Micro-Credential in Information Systems Micro-Credential

This micro-credential addresses the notion that technology is a way of life in the 21st century. Information is gathered, stored, processed for reports and retrieved from data warehouses to be analyzed and acted upon by decision-makers. The quality of the information is critical for effective action in face-to-face environments and in the virtual world of content delivery.

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