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Fred G. Garlett, Ed.D.

Dean, Professor, School of Adult and Professional Studies
Phone: (626) 815-5301
Email: fgarlett@apu.edu
Fred Garlett, Ed.D., developed and launched the first adult degree-completion program for APU’s School of Business and Management in 1992, and under his direction the number of offerings has grown. Garlett also supervises the delivery of programs to several of APU’s regional centers, as well as the development of several online courses. Garlett serves on the Academic Cabinet, and from 1984–90 was part of a faculty start-up team delivering the first adult degree-completion program in Kansas. He also taught master’s degree programs in Chile, Austria, Switzerland, Ghana, and Kenya.

Education

Ed.D., Columbia University
M.A., Columbia University
M.M., Emporia State University
B.M.E., Emporia State University

Credentials/Certifications
Post-Doctoral Certificate, Harvard University

Department

  • School of Adult and Professional Studies

Expertise

  • Adult Studies
  • Leadership
  • Professional Studies

Professional/Scholarly Presentations

Presentations
Garlett, Fred. "A Unique Approach to Writing and Assessing Experiential Learning, Approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing." Presented to the Council for Adult Experiential Learning National Conference, 2000.

Garlett, Fred. "Developing New Programmatic Initiatives: How De We Chart Our Course Through the Political and Academic Waters of Our University?" Presented to the National Conference on the Adult Learner, 2002.

Garlett, Fred. "One Stop Shop: Better Academic Services." Presented to the National Conference on the Adult Learner, 2000.

Garlett, Fred. "One-Stop Shop for Better Academic Services: Streamlining Admissions, Registration, and Student Financial Services; Is It Still Working?" Presented to the National Conference on the Adult Learner, 2003.

Garlett, Fred. "Web-based Tools Enhance Learner-Centered Environment While Improving Writing Skills." Presented at the 2005 TechEd Conference in Pasadena, California, April 6, 2005.