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Seeing through many lenses

The lens through which you look at something matters — just as much as the thing itself at which you’re looking. That’s what Penelope Adams Moon, associate clinical professor and director of Arizona State University’s online graduate programs in history, teaches students in her historiography courses. The class, which looks at how historical interpretations change over time, is a key part of the curriculum in ASU’s online master’s degree in history.

Adding layers to perspective

Angela Giron, an assistant clinical professor in Arizona State University’s online Master of Liberal Studies program, spent 30 years in front of and behind the camera as an actress and director. Although she was raised in Arizona, she gathered her professional experience all over the world. She lived and worked in Chicago, Los Angeles, Montreal, London and Paris, and traveled extensively to many other places.

When Giron decided it was time to change course, she was drawn back to Arizona because ASU’s theater program brought in well-known New York director Marshall Mason.

Aiming for systemic change in education

Carl Hermanns knows that, in any section of the population, talent is equally distributed, but opportunity is not. This fact is one of the most important drivers behind his work as a clinical associate professor in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. Indeed, it’s the seed that sprouted his passion as an educator and program coordinator for ASU’s Master of Education in Educational Leadership, a program offered online and on-ground.

How to Navigate the Online Degree Program Admission Process

ASU Online's Director of Student Services, Joe Chapman, provides insight on what incoming students should understand about their various degree options and financial aid opportunities.

Collaborative Course Design Helps Colleges Scale Online Learning

At ASU Online, teams of faculty members, instructional designers and technologists create learning environments to help promote the best possible student experience.

US News ranks ASU in top 15 online bachelor's programs

ASU ranked in the top 15 online programs for bachelor's degrees, and among graduate programs, criminal justice is 2nd, non-MBA business 3rd in nation