Students entering in the fall will be notified by an advisor the first week of August and registration for Fall 2014 begins on or around August 15. For registration information go to: http://uncw.edu/gradschool/registration.html
- Students who have paid enrollment fees, or have received a T.E.A.C.H. Scholarship waiver will receive an email from the university’s Registrar with information on dates and times and instructions for online registration.
Enrollment Fees: Enrollment deposit waivers are available to current graduate students (UNCW students may not pursue graduate and undergraduate matriculations simultaneously for the same term), grant recipients, international students, deferment students, UNCW faculty/staff or their dependents. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an enrollment deposit waiver.
Students will receive an email from their assigned advisor the first week of August.
|New Student Welcome Webinar:
|July 22, 2014 at 12:00pm|
|Link to welcome webinar:||July 30 (log in details to come)|
|First Day of Classes:||Weds., August 20|
|Last day for: (1) Registration,
(2) Dropping a class w/out a grade
(3) Add a class:
|Labor Day-No Classes||September 1|
Fall 2014 Course Offerings (See Graduate Catalog)
- EDL 509 Public Policy and Advocacy for Children and Families (3 credits). This course covers the process for developing and establishing policies on a national, state, and local basis that influence decisions that impact children and families. It will also address global policies on young children and families for comparison with the United States. Students will develop strategies for influencing public policy and regulation through advocacy and resources available to support change.
- EDL 554. Leadership Theory & Behavior (3 credits). This course examines leadership theories and styles for the development and use of effective strategies and skills in higher education.