Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
School of Higher Education, Leadership, and Policy
Narjis Hyder, Ed.D.
Currently, Dr. Narjis Hyder is faculty for Walden University in The Riley College School of Education and Professional Licensure. She received her Doctorate in Educational Leadership (2004) and a Masters degree in Professional Counseling from Concordia University. In addition, she received a Master’s degree in Secondary Teacher Education (2009) from National Louis University. Dr. Hyder’s published doctoral dissertation was titled “Stress among Clinical Psychology Doctoral Students.” Her methodology focus is geared towards Qualitative Research.
EDPD 8011 - Authentic Assessment
EDPD 8094 - E Learning
EDPD 8113 - Tools for Doctoral Research
EDUC 9001 - Dissertation
RSCH 8310 - Qualitative Reasoning
RSCH 8450 - Advanced Mixed Methods
BA, University of Illinois at Chicago
Masters in Counseling, Concordia University
MS, National Loiuis University
EdD, Concordia University
Hussain, M., Parrington, C., Hyder, N. F. (2015). Experiences of Hijabi Women: Finding a way through the looking glass for Muslim Americans, a Qualitative study. Advancing Women in Leadership Journal.
Hyder, N. (2006). Stress Among Clinical Psychology Doctoral Students.