Christy McAffee, Ed.D.
Assistant Professor, College of Education
Ed.D., Doctor of Education/Educational Leadership, Argosy University, 2012
M.A., Ed., Master of Arts Education/ Educational Leadership, Argosy University, 2005
B.A., Bachelor of Arts, History, California University, Fullerton, 1989
A. A., Associate of Arts, History, Cerritos College, 1985
AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Educational Leadership Higher Education
Educational Leadership International Education
Higher EducationImmigration (F1) Regulations
APA Academic Writing; EFL Education
Dr. McAffee holds a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership degree, a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership degree, a Bachelor of Arts in History degree, and an Associate of Arts in History degree.
Prof. McAffee has conducted her doctoral research in “An Assessment of International Student Programs in Higher Education as a Soft Power Element of American Foreign Policy.”
Prof. McAffee has served as an adjunct faculty member, and has taught classes in dissertation writing, Academic writing, Cultural Diversity, ESL/EFL Writing, English 102, English Literature, English Composition, Introduction to Criminal Justice, American History, World History, and World Culture and Geography. Prof. McAffee has also co-developed ELL curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate level.