Liberia's University to Offer Doctorate Degrees in Education and Public Health

Jun 11, 2024 - 09:08
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Liberia's University to Offer Doctorate Degrees in Education and Public Health

Capitol Hill Monrovia: The University of Liberia is poised to take a historic step by introducing doctorate degree programs within its College of Education and Public Health, marking a significant milestone since its inception back in 1953. 

The esteemed Dr. Josephus Moses Gray, who serves as the Dean of the Amos C. Sawyer College of Social Sciences and Humanities, revealed this groundbreaking initiative during an interview with local media.

Dr. Gray said the university's decision to offer doctorate programs is a strategic move aimed at enhancing the institution's global standing and aligning it with renowned academic institutions worldwide.

By expanding its academic offerings to include advanced degrees in education and public health, the University of Liberia aims to solidify its position as the flagship Public University of the country, fostering excellence and innovation in research and education.

The momentous announcement was made as Dr. Gray was celebrated and honored by the Social Work Students Association at the University of Liberia, underlining the significance of this endeavor within the academic community.

Dr. Josephus Gray From Being Certificated 

The introduction of doctorate programs according to Dr. Gary not only signifies a remarkable advancement for the University of Liberia but also underscores its commitment to providing cutting-edge education and expertise in critical fields.

As the University of Liberia sets its sights on this new chapter in its academic journey, students anticipate that the introduction of doctorate programs will contribute to the development of a skilled workforce, advance research in key areas, and elevate the university's reputation on a global scale.

Meanwhile the Social Work Students Association at the University of Liberia has honored Dr. Josephus Moses Gray in recognition of his invaluable contributions to the Amos C. Sawyer collaged of social sciences and Humanities at the University of Liberia. 

During the ceremony, students and faculty members expressed their gratitude and admiration for Dr. Gray, highlighting his transformative leadership and unwavering support for academic excellence. His vision and guidance have been instrumental in fostering a culture of innovation and learning within the College of Social Sciences and Humanities, inspiring students to pursue their academic and professional goals with passion and determination.

Abdulai Kamara is the president of the Social Work Students Association at the University and made these remakes.

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