Lynchburg student Terry Sue Fanning was awarded a Doctor of Education from Lipscomb University at the conclusion of the summer semester 2012.
Fanning studied Learning Organizations and Strategic Change and completed all the credits necessary to graduate, said university President L. Randolph Lowry. August graduates have either already participated in the May graduation ceremony or will be eligible to participate in the December graduation ceremony.
Students at Lipscomb University can earn a bachelor’s degree in more than 160 fields of undergraduate study, several pre-professional programs and an accelerated adult degree program for those who wish to complete their undergraduate degrees in the evening. Lipscomb also offers 27 graduate degrees in more than 40 fields of study, including doctorate degrees in pharmacy, ministry and education.