|Residency||Required or Optional||Timing|
|Residency 1 (RESI 8601)||Required face-to-face||
Complete residency 1 face-to-face as soon as you begin your program; required in order to advance into DDHA 8246.
Focus: Program orientation, overview of doctoral study capstone project, program and Student Success Advising, and socialization into the profession.
|Residency 2 (RESI 8602)||
Complete residency 2 face-to-face between terms 6 and 8 (between terms 4 and 6 if you have an MHA); required before your first DDHA 9100.
Focus: Completion of the doctoral study proposal and capstone project, program and Student Success Advising.
International Students: Be sure to register for your selected U.S. residency 3-4 months before the residency start date in order to allow sufficient time to complete the required processes and approvals for you to be able to travel and attend. View the SEVIS/I-20 site for complete information about the requirement for travel to U.S. residencies.
The following are key learning outcomes you will be expected to achieve as part of your residency experiences at each level: