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Doctoral Degree Programs

Ed.D.Educational Leadership

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Susan Faircloth

Phone: 910-962-2290

Email: faircloths@uncw.edu

Program Locations

Main Campus and Distance Education

Available Specializations:

  • Leadership in Curriculum & Instruction
  • Leadership in Educational Administration
  • Leadership in Higher Education

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Fall 2017: May 15, 2017
(Priority consideration given to applications submitted and complete by March 15, 2017.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test
(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional
Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay

2

Must hold a Master's degree in school administration, supervision, curriculum, instruction, higher education or related educational field from a regionally accredited university.
3 Must have a minimum of three years of documented leadership experience

4

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants who reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

D.N.P.Doctor of Nursing Practice

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Ruthanne Kuiper

Phone: 910-962-3343

Email: kuiperr@uncw.edu

Program Locations

Distance Education

Available Specializations:

None

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Fall 2017:  February 24, 2017

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

None

Recommendations

3 professional letters of recommendations to be submitted through the online application to substantiate practice and leadership capabilities (one each from a former nurse faculty member and a current or former employer, preferred).

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1

A master's degree in nursing or post-master's certificate from a program accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC), or the National League for Nursing Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation (NLN CNEA) is required.

2

Current unrestricted registered nurse (RN) license in the state in which practice will occur.

3

Advanced Practice RNs (APRN) must have current national certification and be licensed and approved to practice as an APRN in their state of residence and currently employed in an advanced practice role.

4

GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or higher on all previous graduate coursework as documented by official transcripts with evidence of completion of graduate level pathophysiology, pharmacology, and advanced physical assessment courses from a regionally accredited college or university

5 Essay
6 Curriculum Vitae/Resume
7

Criminal Background Check and 12 Panel Drug Screen (This requirement may be completed after application submission, but must be completed prior to admission)

8

An interview with the School of Nursing faculty may be required

Ph.D.Marine Biology

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Stephen Kinsey

Phone: 910-962-7398

Email: kinseys@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: November 30, 2016
(Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by October 15, 2016.)

Fall 2017: June 15, 2017

(Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by February 15, 2017.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

At least two of which must be from faculty members. All three must be from professionals working in the applicant's field of interest.

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Resume
2

Summary of M.S. thesis research (3 pg. max.)

3 Statement of PhD research (3 pg.max)
4 Copies of publications (if available)
5

Should make initial contact with the faculty with whom you wish to work

6

Must have received a M.S. degree or equivalent from a regionally accredited university OR, if entering with a B.S., completed all the requirements for the M.S. Biology or M.S. Marine Biology degree at UNCW except submission of bound thesis.

Ph.D.Psychology

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Christine Hughes

Phone: 910-962-7795

Email: hughesc@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Available Specializations:

  • Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Co-occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Fall 2017: February 1, 2017
(Priority consideration will be given to complete applications submitted by December 1, 2016, thus, applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their applications by December 1, 2016.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test

General Test Required by ALL applicants.

GRE Psychology Subject Test required in addition to the General Test if bachelor's degree was not in the area of psychology. This test is offered infrequently.

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

At least two letters must be from faculty members. All three letters must be from professionals in a psychology-related field.

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Resume
2

Statement of Interest: 500-800 word essay that is composed of your research experiences, other psychology-related experiences, research interests to pursue within graduate school, career goals, and any other additional strengths that will make you an excellent candidate for our graduate program

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Master Degree Programs

M.S.A.C.Accountancy

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Ms. Sarah Smith

Dr. William (Bill) Kerler

Phone: 910-962-7709

Email: smithsm@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Summer I or Summer II 2017:  April 1, 2017  (Requires special permission to apply.)
(Priority consideration given to applications submitted and complete by February 1, 2017.)

Fall 2017:  April 1, 2017 
(Priority consideration given to applications submitted and complete by February 1, 2017.)
If pre-requisite courses need to be completed prior to the fall semester, contact the program coordinator before submitting an application. She will assist you in determining the best course of action, which may include submission of a summer semester application instead. Should you decide to submit a fall application without conferring with the coordinator regarding pre-requisite courses and it is determined that a summer application is required, a summer re-application and duplicate application fee will be required.

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GMAT

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Resume

M.S.Biology

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Stephen Kinsey

Phone: 910-962-7398

Email: kinseys@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017:  November 30, 2016
(Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by October 15, 2016)
Fall 2017:  June 15, 2017
(Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by February 15, 2017.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Research Areas & Assistantship/ Statement of Interest Form
2

Should make initial contact with the faculty with whom you wish to work

3 Resume
4

Baccalaureate degree in the field of biology required

M.B.A.Business Administration - Executive

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • Online graduate application and all application documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Ms. Candace Wilhelm

Dr. Thom Porter

Phone: 910-962-3903

Email: wilhelmc@uncw.edu

Program Location

Distance Education

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: November 15, 2016
Fall 2017: June 1, 2017
(Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by March 1, as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as they are received.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GMAT  Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.
The GMAT may possibly be waived if an applicant has completed an advanced degree that includes graduate quantitative coursework or five or more years of progressive managerial experience (military experience counts for progressive managerial experience).  Contact the program for additional information.

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

(At least one from an employer or supervisor who can comment on the applicant’s work experience and potential for successful completion of a master’s program.)

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Cover Letter and Resume
2 Five years minimum professional work experience preferred
3 A minimum score of 79 on the internet-based TOEFL iBT test or 6.5 on IELTS test (required for non-native English speakers only (unless applicant earned their baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited US institution). Scores are good for two years from the date the test is administered.) This requirement does not apply to US Citizens or Lawful Permanent Residents.
4

Students taking online courses at UNCW: Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.B.A.Business Administration - International

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Ms. Candace Wilhelm

Dr. Clay Moffett

Phone: 910-962-3903

Email: wilhelmc@uncw.edu

Program Locations

Main Campus

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Fall 2017: June 1, 2017
(Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by March 1, as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as they are received.)
 
Spring 2017: November 15, 2016
(Spring admission is reserved for those currently completing the core business modules at a partner institution during the previous fall semester.  Contact the program coordinator with any questions.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

None

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application, with at least one from employer or supervisor.

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Cover Letter and Resume
2 IMBA Specialization Selection
3

Baccalaureate degree in the area of business and/or economics required or six business prerequisite courses.

M.B.A.Business Administration - Professional

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • Online graduate application and all application documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Ms. Candace Wilhelm

Dr. Thom Porter

Phone: 910-962-3903

Email: wilhelmc@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Fall 2017:  June 1, 2017
(Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by March 1, as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as they are received.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GMAT  Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.
The GMAT may possibly be waived if an applicant has completed an advanced degree that includes graduate quantitative coursework or five or more years of progressive managerial experience (military experience counts for progressive managerial experience) or a GPA of 3.2 or higher on bachelor's coursework.  Contact the program for additional information.

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Cover Letter and Resume
2

Two years minimum professional work experience required

M.S.Chemistry

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Robert Kieber - Main Campus

Phone: 910-962-3865

Email: Kieberr@uncw.edu

Dr. Hyunjung "Kelly" Lee - Distance Education

Phone: 910-962-7123

Email: leek@uncw.edu

Program Locations

Main Campus and Distance Education

Available Concentrations

  • Traditional - Thesis (main campus)
  • Corporate - Thesis (distance education) - Not available at this time
  • Chemical - Non-thesis (distance education)

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017:  November 15, 2016
Fall 2017:  June 15, 2017

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1

Baccalaureate degree with a concentration in chemistry

2

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.S.Clinical Research & Product Development

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. James Lyon

Phone: 910-962-2936

Email: Lyonj@uncw.edu

Program Location

Distance Education
Concentration: Clinical Research Management

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Fall 2017:  TBD

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

None

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application, with at least one being from a current or former employer.

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Statement of Interest
2 Resume
3 A minimum of a bachelor's degree, preferably in a life science, health care discipline, or mathematics/statistics from a regionally accredited institution.
4 Experience working in the biopharmaceutical or related industry of at least two years preferred.
5

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.S.Coastal and Ocean Policy

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Jessica Weinkle

Phone: 910-962-3514

Email: weinklej@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD  Extended to TBD

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application. At least one recommendation should be from an academic instructor.

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1

Personal statement

2

Resume

3

Writing Sample (optional)

M.S.Computer Science & Information Systems

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Ms. Candace Wilhelm

Dr. Clayton Ferner

Phone: 910-962-3903

Email: wilhelmc@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: November 1, 2016
Fall 2017: June 1, 2017
(Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by March 1, as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as they are received.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test or GMAT
(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Statement of Interest
2 Resume
3 Certificates of training in computer science/information systems, if applicable. Contact the program coordinator with any questions.

M.A.Conflict Management and Resolution

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Remonda Kleinberg

Phone: 910-962-4254

Email: kleinbergr@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus and Distance Education

Available Concentrations:

  • National and International Security
  • Domestic, Social & Organizational Conflict Transformation

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: TBD

Summer I 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

None

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Essay (500 words)
2 Resume
3 Writing Sample (optional)
4

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.F.A.Creative Writing

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Mr. Mark Cox

Phone: 910-962-3436

Email: coxm@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Available Concentrations:

  • Creative Non-Fiction
  • Fiction
  • Poetry

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Fall 2017: January 5, 2017
(The application will open September 15, 2016.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

NONE

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1

Writing Sample (Manuscript)

2

Statement of Interest (Personal Essay)

3

Assistantship Essay (if interested)

M.Ed.Education - Academically or Intellectually Gifted Specialization

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed as a group after the published deadline.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Angela Housand

Email: housanda@uncw.edu

Phone: 910-962-2649

Program Locations

Main Campus and Distance Education

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Fall 2017: May 15, 2017
(Due to the competitive nature of this application process, applications submitted and complete by the published deadline will be given priority consideration.  All other applications will be reviewed on a space available basis.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores None

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.Ed.Education - Curriculum & Instruction Supervision Specialization

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Amy Garrett Dikkers

Phone: 910-962-2915

Email: cis@uncw.edu

Program Locations

Main Campus and Distance Education

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: TBD
Summer I or Summer II 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test or MAT

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Candidates must hold, or be qualified to hold, an initial Class "A" teaching license in at least one area of education.

3 3 years of teaching experience
4

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.Ed.Education - Educational Leadership, Policy, and Advocacy in Early Childhood Specialization

Program Website
  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Susan Catapano

Phone: 910-962-7554

Email: catapanos@uncw.edu

Program Location

Distance Education

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: TBD
Summer I or Summer II 2017: TBD

Fall 2017: TBD

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

None

Recommendations

3 recommendations from individuals who can attest to the qualifications of the applicant for admission to the program. Recommendations are submitted through the online application.

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution completed before graduate study begins in early childhood or related field. (Documentation of experience in the field of early childhood is required if bachelor's degree is in another field. Contact the program coordinator regarding degree questions.)

3

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.A.T.Education - Elementary Specialization (Master of Arts Teaching)

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Elizabeth Crawford

Phone: 910-962-2916

Email: crawforde@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: October 31, 2016
(Priority given to applications submitted and complete by October 15, 2016.)
Fall 2017: June 15, 2017
(Priority given to applications submitted and complete by May 15, 2017.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

None

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Must hold a Bachelor's Degree from a regionally accredited college or university.

M.Ed.Education - Elementary Specialization (Master of Education)

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Elizabeth Crawford

Phone: 910-962-2916

Email: crawforde@uncw.edu

Program Location

Distance Education

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: October 31, 2016
(Priority given to applications submitted and complete by October 15, 2016.)
Summer I 2017:  April 15, 2017
Summer II 2017: May 15, 2017
Fall 2017: June 15, 2017
(Priority given to applications submitted and complete by May 15, 2017.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

None

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Must hold or be qualified to hold, a North Carolina class "A" teacher license in elementary education or related field. Contact the program coordinator directly regarding licensure questions.

3

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.A.T.Education - English as a Second Language Specialization (Master of Arts in Teaching)

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. N. Eleni Pappamihiel

Phone: 910-962-2746

Email: pappamihieln@uncw.edu

Program Location

Distance Education

Available Concentrations:

None

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: October 31, 2016
Summer I 2017:  April 15, 2017
Summer II 2017: May 15, 2017
Fall 2017: June 15, 2017

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores None

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest
2 Must hold a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
3

Applicants who live outside Brunswick, Duplin, New Hanover, Onslow and Pender counties must contact the program coordinator prior to submission. The program coordinator will assist the applicant in arranging a provisional agreement for field experience placement in their county of residence.

4

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.Ed.Education - English as a Second Language Specialization (Master of Education)

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. N. Eleni Pappamihiel

Phone: 910-962-2746

Email: pappamihieln@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus and Distance Education

Available Concentrations:

None

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: October 31, 2016
Summer I 2017:  April 15, 2017
Summer II 2017: May 15, 2017
Fall 2017: June 15, 2017

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores None

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.Ed.Education - Higher Education Specialization

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the priority deadline.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. James DeVita

Phone: 910-962-3953

Email: devitaj@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: October 15, 2016
Fall 2017: May 15, 2017
(Priority consideration given to applications submitted and complete by March 15, 2017.  All others considered on a space available basis.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

None

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay

M.S.Education - Instructional Technology

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Ray Pastore

Phone: 910-962-2912

Email: pastorer@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus and Distance Education

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: October 31, 2016

Summer I 2017: April 15, 2017
Summer II 2017: May 15, 2017

Fall 2017: June 15, 2017

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test or MAT

Do you already hold a master's degree? If so, you may be eligible for a test score waiver. Email the program coordinator with your credentials for consideration.

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.Ed.Education - Language and Literacy Specialization

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Jeanne Swafford

Phone: 910-962-7790

Email: swaffordj@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus and Distance Education

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: October 31, 2017
Summer I:  April 15, 2017
Summer II 2017: May 15, 2017
Fall 2017: June 15, 2017

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

NONE

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Must hold, or be qualified to hold, NC class "A" elementary, middle grades, special education or secondary teacher licensure

3

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.A.TEducation - Middle Grades Specialization (Master of Arts Teaching)

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Kathleen Roney

Phone: 910-962-7195

Email: roneyk@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus and Distance Education

Concentrations:

  • Language Arts Specialization
  • Mathematics Specialization
  • Science Specialization
  • Social Studies Specialization

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: TBD
Summer I 2017: TBD
Summer II 2017: TBD Extended to TBD
Fall 2017: May 15, 2016

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

None

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.Ed.Education - Middle Grades Specialization (Master of Education)

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Kathleen Roney

Phone: 910-962-7195

Email: roneyk@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus and Distance Education

Available Concentrations:

None

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017:

Not accepting applications at this time

Summer I 2017:

Not accepting applications at this time

Summer II 2017:

Not accepting applications at this time

Fall 2017:

Not accepting applications at this time

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test or MAT
(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2 Candidates must hold or be qualified to hold an initial Class 'A' teacher license in at least one area of middle grades education (6-9).
3

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.A.T.Education - Physical Education and Health Specialization

Program Website TBD

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Clarice (Sue) Combs

Phone: 910-962-3262

Email: combsc@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus and Distance Education

Available Concentrations:

None

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: TBD

Summer I or Summer II 2017: TBD

(Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission.)

Fall 2017: TBD

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores None

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university. This program prepares individuals for North Carolina teacher certification in the area of Physical Education & Health.
2 Education Statement of Interest Essay

M.Ed.Education - Physical Education and Health Specialization

Program Website TBD

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Clarice (Sue) Combs

Phone: 910-962-3262

Email: combsc@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus and Distance Education

Available Concentrations:

None

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: TBD
Summer I or Summer II 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores None

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay

M.S.A.Education - School Administration

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. William Sterrett

Phone: 910-962-7995

Email: sterrettw@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus and Distance Education

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: October 31, 2016

Summer I 2017:  April 15, 2017
Summer II 2017: May 15, 2017

(Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to submission.)

Fall 2017: June 15, 2017

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test or MAT

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2 Autobiographical Statement
3

Must hold, or be qualified to hold, NC class "A" teacher licensure.

4 Must have served successfully as a teacher for a minimum of three years at the elementary, middle grades, or secondary level.
5

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.A.TEducation - Secondary Education Specialization (Master of Arts Teaching)

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Ms. Salena Rabidoux

Tel: 910-962-7615

Email: rabidouxs@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus and Distance Education

Available Concentrations:

  • Language Arts Specialization
  • Mathematics Specialization
  • Science Specialization
  • Social Studies Specialization

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Main Campus
Spring 2017: October 15, 2016
(Priority consideration given to applications submitted and complete by October 1, 2016.)

Summer I:  April 15, 2017
(Priority consideration given to applications submitted and complete by March 1, 2017.)

 

Distance Education
Fall 2017: June 15, 2017
(Priority consideration given to applications submitted and complete by May 15, 2017.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test or MAT

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Recommendations by individuals in relevant professional fields preferred

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2 It is recommended that you take the PRAXIS II in the Licensure Area Content test prior to applying. A passing score on a discipline-specific PRAXIS II Exam as approved by NC Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) in the applicant's concentration area and the pedagogy (PLT) required for teacher licensure.

M.Ed.Education - Secondary Education Specialization (Master of Education)

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Denise Ousley

Tel: 910-962-7175

Email: ousleyd@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus and Distance Education

Available Concentrations:

  • English Specialization
  • Mathematics Specialization
  • Science Specialization
  • Social Studies Specialization

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017:

Not accepting applications at this time

Summer I 2017:

Not accepting applications at this time

Summer II 2017:

Not accepting applications at this time

Fall 2017:

Not accepting applications at this time

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test or MAT

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Must hold a NC Class "A" teacher licensure in a secondary content area (English, History, Mathematics, Science).

3

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.A.T.Education - Spanish Specialization (Master of Arts in Teaching)

Program Website TBD

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. L. J. Randolph

Phone: 910-962-3837

Email: randolphl@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Available Concentrations:

None

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: TBD

Summer I or Summer II 2017: TBD

(Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission)

Fall 2017: TBD

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

None

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application by individuals in relevant academic or professional fields

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2 Two recorded speaking samples, one in English and one in Spanish, in which the applicant introduces her/himself, describes a person she/he admires, or describes a trip she/he took. The speaking sample should be sent as a data file (not music CD file) by email to the program coordinator.
3 A 500 word writing sample in Spanish in which the applicant states and defends an opinion.
4 Bachelor's degree in Spanish from a regionally accredited college or university.

M.Ed.Education - Spanish Education Specialization (Master of Education)

Program Website TBD

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. L. J. Randolph

Phone: 910-962-3837

Email: randolphl@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Available Concentrations:

None

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: TBD

Summer I or Summer II 2017: TBD

(Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission)

Fall 2017: TBD

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test or MAT

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Spanish speaking (data file, not music CD) and writing sample. The samples should be sent directly to the program coordinator

M.A.English

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Meghan Sweeney

Phone: 910-962-3054

Email: sweeneym@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: November 1, 2016
Summer I or Summer II 2017: May 1, 2017
( Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission.)

Fall 2017: May 1, 2017

(Priority consideration will be given to complete applications submitted by March 1, 2017.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 academic recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Statement of Interest (Essay)
2 Writing Sample

M.S.Environmental Studies

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. James Rotenberg

Phone: 910-962-7549

Email: rotenbergj@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Available Concentrations

  • Coastal Management
  • Environmental Education and Interpretation
  • Environmental Conservation and Management
  • Individualized Option
  • Marine and Coastal Education

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: October 15, 2016

(Admission limited by available space. Priority consideration will be given to complete applications submitted by September 15, 2016.)

Fall 2017: April 15, 2017

(Priority consideration will be given to complete applications submitted by March 15, 2017.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Essay
2 Writing Sample (Optional)

M.S.Geoscience

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Joanne Halls

Phone: 910-962-7614

Email: hallsj@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Available Concentrations

  • Geology - Thesis
  • Geospatial Science - Thesis
  • Earth Processes & Global Change - Thesis
  • Geology - Non Thesis
  • Geospatial Science - Non Thesis

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017:  November 30, 2016

(Admission is limited by available space in the program. Therefore,  priority consideration is given to applications received by October 15, 2016.)

Fall 2017: April 15, 2017
(Priority consideration for acceptance and a Teaching Assistantship is January 31, 2017.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Essay - Describe your areas of interest and indicate how the completion of this degree program will help you to reach your career goals
2 Assistantship Essay (if interested) - Include any research or instructional experiences

M.S. Gerontology (Applied Gerontology)

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Anne Glass

Phone: 910-962-7509

Email: glassa@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus

Available Concentrations

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: November 15, 2016

Summer I or Summer II 2017: March 15, 2017

(Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission.)

Fall 2017: June 15, 2017

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Essay
2

Applicants must apply and be accepted into both programs, which requires two separate graduate applications.

M.A.History

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. W. Taylor Fain

Phone: 910-962-3305

Email: fainwt@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Available Concentrations:

  • European (Thesis or Non-Thesis)
  • Global (Thesis or Non-Thesis)
  • Public (Thesis)
  • Public History Professional (Non-Thesis)
  • US (Thesis or Non-Thesis)

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Fall 2017: March 15, 2017
(Priority consideration for departmental awards will be given to complete applications submitted by February 15, 2017.)  Complete applications will be reviewed as early as October 2016. 

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application system, with at least 2 of the recommendations being from academics

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1

Essay - 250 word essay describing your interest in studying history as a graduate student at UNCW

2

Separate Writing Sample (Research paper preferred)

M.A.History (Online)

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. W. Taylor Fain

Phone: 910-962-3305

Email: fainwt@uncw.edu

Program Location

Distance Education

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Fall 2018: TBD

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test
Contact the program coordinator prior to registering for the test as a WAIVER may be available to you.

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application. At least 2 must be from academics.

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 500 Word Essay
2

Separate Writing Sample (Research paper preferred)

3

Preferred applicants are North Carolina professional educators in both public and private institutions. Contact the Program Coordinator if clarification is required.

4

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.A.Liberal Studies

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Patricia Turrisi

Phone: 910-962-3299

Email: turrisip@uncw.edu

Ms. Ashley Hudson

Phone: 910-962-2427

Email: hudsona@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus or Distance Education (Online Only or Onslow Extension Campus)

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: TBD
Summer I 2017: TBD
Summer II 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

NONE

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Essay
2

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.S.Marine Biology

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.

  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.

Program Coordinator:

Dr. Stephen Kinsey

Phone: 910-962-7398

Email: kinseys@uncw.edu

Program Location

Main Campus

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017:  November 30, 2015
(Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by October 15, 2016.)
Fall 2017: June 15, 2017
(Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by February 15, 2017.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test
(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1 Research Areas and Assistantship/Statement of Interest Form
2 Resume
3 Baccalaureate degree in the field of Biology
4

Should make initial contact with faculty with whom you wish to work

M.S.Marine Science

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
  • It is strongly recommended that prospective students contact potential faculty mentors before or early in the application process.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Stephen Skrabal

Phone: 910-962-7160

Email: skrabals@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: November 15, 2017

(Encouraged to apply by September 1, 2016)

Fall 2017: June 15, 2017

(Encouraged to apply by March 15, 2017)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores GRE General Test

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Recommendations by individuals in relevant professional fields preferred.

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1

Statement of Research Interest, Include names of potential faculty advisors

2

Baccalaureate degree with a concentration in a natural science or mathematics

M.S.Mathematics

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Mark Lammers

Phone: 910-962-3958

Email: lammersm@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD

Summer I 2017: TBD

(Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission.)

Fall 2017: TBD

(To be considered for a teaching assistantships, you must apply by April 1, 2016.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores GRE General Test

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) NONE

M.S.N.Nursing - Family Nurse Practitioner

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Micah Scott

Contact Information:

Student Success Center

Phone: 910-962-3208

Email: son@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Fall 2017: February 1, 2017

(Applications must be submitted and complete by February 1, 2017 for consideration.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores GRE General Test or MAT

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1

Writing Sample (upload into the online application)

2

Demographic Form (Email the completed form to Debra Simpson simpsond@uncw.edu)

3 Resume
4

One year professional experience as a baccalaureate prepared registered nurse

5

Must have a current, unrestricted registered nurse license in North Carolina or affiliated compact state

M.S.N.Nursing - Nurse Educator

Not Accepting Applicants At This Time

M.A.Psychology

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Christine Hughes

Phone: 910-962-7795

Email: hughesc@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus
Available Concentrations:
  • Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Psychological Science
  • Substance Abuse (Currently not accepting applications)

 (May only apply to one concentration per year)

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Fall 2017: January 15, 2017
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores GRE General Test

General Test Required by ALL applicants.

GRE Psychology Subject Test required in addition to the General Test if bachelor's degree was not in the area of psychology. This test is offered infrequently.

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application. At least 1 must be from an educator.

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Psychology Research Form (Upload into Essay/Statement of Interest section of the application.)
2 Resume 
3 Essay  (Upload into the Writing Sample section of the application.)

M.P.A.Public Administration

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Mark Imperial

Phone: 910-962-7928

Email: imperialm@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores GRE General Test or GMAT

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

At least one recommendation should be from an academic instructor.

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Statement of Interest (personal statement)
2 Resume
3 Writing Sample (optional)

M.S.W.Social Work

Program Website

Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline. All applications and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Peter Nguyen

Phone: 910-962-7642

Email: nguyenp@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus and Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Fall 2017: February 1, 2017

Full-time Main Campus

Fall 2017:  April 15, 2017
(Priority consideration given to applications submitted and considered complete by February 1, 2017) 
Part-time - Main Campus or Distance Education

Transcripts

One official transcript is required from each post-secondary institution attended. Click here for details.Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores GRE General Test

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application. Each recommender must upload an accompanying letter into the online application in addition to answering the online survey.

Additional Requirements 1 Resume
2 Statement of Interest Form & Essay
3

Successful applicants should have completed introduction to sociology, introduction to psychology, basic statistics and either human biology or human development courses at the undergraduate level prior to joining the program.

4

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

M.A.Sociology and Criminology

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Daniel Buffington

Phone: 910-962-3434

Email: buffingtond@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus
Available Concentrations:
  • Criminology
  • Sociology
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Fall 2017:  May 15, 2017

(To be considered for a teaching assistantship, you must apply by February 15, 2017.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores GRE General Test

(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application. At least 2 must be from academics.

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Statement of Interest

M.A.Spanish

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Brian Chandler
Phone: 910-962-2299
Email: chandlerb@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus
Available Concentrations: Thesis or Non-thesis
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: November 1, 2016

Summer I 2017: March 1, 2017

( Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission.)

Summer II 2017: March 1, 2017

( Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission.)

Fall 2017: May 15, 2017

(For priority consideration of financial aid and assistantships, you must apply by March 1, 2017.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application. Each recommender must upload an accompanying letter into the online application in addition to answering the online survey.

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1

Two (3 - 5 min.) recorded speaking samples**, one in English and one in Spanish, sent as data files directly to the Program Coordinator.

** The applicant should introduce her/himself, describes a person she/he admires, or describes a trip she/he took.

2

Writing Sample (500-word statement of objectives in English)

3

Writing Sample (500-word writing sample in Spanish in which the applicant states and defends an opinion)

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Certificate Programs

Post-BaccalaureateApplied Statistics

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. James Blum

Phone: 910-962-7635

Email: blumj@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) NONE

Post-BaccalaureateBusiness Foundations

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Ms. Candace Wilhelm
Dr. Thomas Porter
Phone: 910-962-3903
Email: wilhelmc@uncw.edu

Program Location Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: November 1, 2016
Summer I 2017: April 15, 2017
Summer II 2017: May 15, 2017
Fall 2017: June 1, 2017
(Encouraged to apply by March 1, 2017.)
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Resume and cover letter
2

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

Post-BaccalaureateConflict Management and Resolution

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Remonda Kleinberg

Phone: 910-962-4254

Email: kleinbergr@uncw.edu

Program Location Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Summer I 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1

Essay (500 word)

2

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

Post-BaccalaureateEducation - College Teaching and Learning

Program Website
  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Susan Faircloth

Phone: 910-962-2290

Email: faircloths@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus and Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: October 15, 2016

Summer I 2017:  April 15, 2017
Summer II 2017: May 15, 2017
Fall 2017: May 15, 2017
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores None
Recommendations

None

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2 Resume
3

A master's degree from a regionally accredited college or university in this country, or its equivalent in a foreign institution, or be currently enrolled in a master's program, or hold a bachelor's degree and currently teaching in a community college or four-year institution, or other circumstances acceptable to the chair or program coordinator. Contact the program coordinator with additional questions.

4

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

Post-BaccalaureateEducation - Instructional Technology Specialist

Program Website
  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Ray Pastore

Phone: 910-962-2912

Email: pastorer@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus and Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: October 31, 2016
Summer I 2017:  April 15, 2017
Summer II 2017: May 15, 2017
Fall 2017: June 15, 2017
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

NONE

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

Post-BaccalaureateEducation - Online Teaching and Learning

Program Website
  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Mr. Ray Pastore

Phone: 910-962-2912

Email: pastorer@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus and Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: October 31, 2016

Summer I 2017:  April 15, 2017
Summer II 2017: May 15, 2017
Fall 2017: June 15, 2017
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

3 recommendations from individuals in professionally relevant fields submitted through the online application.

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2 Resume
3

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

Post-BaccalaureateEnvironmental Studies

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. James Rotenberg

Phone: 910-962-7549

Email: rotenbergj@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: Not accepting applications at this time
Fall 2017: Not accepting applications at this time
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

GRE General Test
(Official test scores should be sent to the Graduate School no less than four weeks prior to the published program deadline. Test scores more than five years old at the time of application will not be considered.)

Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Environmental Studies Statement of Interest Essay
2

Must be accepted into or currently participating in a master's program or have completed a master's program.

Post-BaccalaureateGeographic Information Science

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Joanne Halls

Phone: 910-962-7614

Email: hallsj@uncw.edu

Program location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: November 30, 2016

Fall 2017: July 1, 2017
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1

Statement of Interest (personal statement)

Post-BaccalaureateGerontology

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Anne Glass

Phone: 910-962-7509

Email: glassa@uncw.edu

Program location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD

Summer I or Summer II 2017: TBD

(Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission.)

Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Essay

Post-BaccalaureateHispanic Studies

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Brian Chandler
Phone: 910-962-2299
Email: chandlerb@uncw.edu

Program location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: November 1, 2016

Summer I 2017: March 1, 2017

(Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission.)

Summer II 2017: March 1, 2017

( Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission.)

Fall 2017: June 15, 2017
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application, at least one from a professor familiar with candidate's academic performance.

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1

Essay

(500-word essay in Spanish in which applicant describes her/his reasons for wanting to pursue graduate work in Spanish)

2

Recorded audio recording ** (3- 5 min.) in Spanish, sent as a data file directly to the Program Coordinator.

**The applicant should introduce her/himself, describes a person she/he admires, or describes a trip she/he took.

3

Must hold a baccalaureate degree in Spanish or equivalent.

Post-BaccalaureateWomen's and Gender Studies

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Katherine Montwieler

Phone: 910-962-3328

Email: montwielerk@uncw.edu

Program location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD

Summer I and II 2017: TBD

(Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission.)

Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application, by individuals in professionally relevant fields

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 An essay on the applicant's work related to academic or professional WGS topics (this may include, but is not limited to, previous courses in WGS or courses in which a portion of the content or student's projects were related directly to the study of women and gender). The essay should include a statement of purpose indicating the applicant's expectations of what they will gain in earning the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Women's and Gender Studies.

Post-Master'sLiberal Studies

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Patricia Turrisi

Phone: 910-962-3299

Email: turrisip@uncw.edu

Ms. Ashley Hudson

Phone: 910-962-2427

Email: hudsona@uncw.edu

Program Location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Summer I 2017: TBD
Summer II 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

UNCW MA Liberal Studies graduates do not need to supply recommendations, but should upload a Word document into the online application specifying the date/year the MA in Liberal Studies was earned.

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1

Must hold a master's degree in liberal studies or liberal arts

2 Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

Post-Master'sNursing - Family Nurse Practitioner

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Micah Scott

Contact Information:

Student Success Center

Phone: 910-962-3208

Email: son@uncw.edu

Program Location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Fall 2017: February 1, 2017

(Applications must be submitted and complete by February 1, 2017 for consideration.)

Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1

Writing Sample

3

Demographic Form (Email the completed form to Debra Simpson simpsond@uncw.edu)

2 Resume
4

BSN & Master's degree in nursing required

5

Must also have a current, unrestricted registered nurse license in North Carolina or affiliated compact state.

Post-Master'sNursing - Nurse Educator

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:


TBD

Contact Information:

Student Success Center

Phone: 910-962-3208

Email: son@uncw.edu

Program Location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Fall 2017: Not Accepting Applications at this time
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1

Writing Sample (upload directly into the application)

2

Demographic Form (mail directly to the program)

3 Resume
4 BSN & Master's degree in nursing required
5

Must also have a current, unrestricted registered nurse license in North Carolina or affiliated compact state.

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Education Add-on-Licensure Programs

Add-on LicensureAcademically or Intellectually Gifted

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission as a group after the published deadline.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Angela Housand

Email: housanda@uncw.edu

Phone: 910-962-2649

Program Location Main Campus and Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Fall 2017: May 15, 2017
(Due to the competitive nature of this application process, applications submitted and complete by the published deadline will be given priority consideration.  All other applications will be reviewed on a space available basis.)
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2 Must hold a Baccalaureate Degree
3

Must hold or be qualified to hold, NC class "A" teacher licensure in at least one area of education

4 Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

Add-on Licensure Curriculum/Instruction Supervision

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Amy Garrett Dikkers

Phone: 910-962-2915

Email: cis@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus and Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Summer I or Summer II 2017: TBD
Fall 2017:TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2 Must hold a Master's Degree
3

Must hold or be qualified to hold, NC class "A" teacher licensure in at least one area of education

4 3 years of teaching experience
5

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

Add-on LicensureEnglish as a Second Language

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. N.(Eleni) Pappamihiel

Phone: 910-962-2746

Email: pappamihieln@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus and Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Summer I or Summer II 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Must hold a Baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university

3

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

4 Baccalaureate degree applicants without NC class "A" teacher licensure in at least one area of education will not earn licensure as a result of this coursework.

Add-on LicensureMathematics

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Shelby Morge

Phone: 910-962-7501

Email: morges@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus and Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Summer I or Summer II 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2 Must hold a Baccalaureate Degree
3

Must hold or be qualified to hold, NC class "A" teacher licensure in at least one area of education

4

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

Add-on Licensure Reading Specialist (for Language & Literacy)

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Jeanne Swafford

Phone: 910-962-7790

Email: swaffordj@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Summer I or Summer II 2017:TBD
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2 Must hold a Master's Degree
3

Must hold or be qualified to hold, NC class "A" teacher licensure in at least one area of education

Add-on-LicensureSchool Administration

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. William Sterrett

Tel: 910-962-7995

Email: sterrettw@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus and Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: October 31, 2017
Summer I 2017:  April 15, 2017
Summer II 2017: May 15, 2017

(Limited summer courses available.  Contact the program coordinator prior to submission.)
Fall 2017: June 15, 2017
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2 Must hold a Master's Degree
3 Resume
4

Must hold or be qualified to hold, NC class "A" teacher licensure in at least one area of education

5

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

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Non-Degree Programs

NDChemistry

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Robert Kieber - Main Campus

Phone: 910-962-3865

Email: Kieberr@uncw.edu

Dr. Hyunjung "Kelly" Lee - Distance Education

Phone: 910-962-7123

Email: leek@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus and Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

NDClinical Research and Product Development

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. James Lyon

Phone: 910-962-2936

Email: lyonj@uncw.edu

Program Location: Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Writing Sample
2 Resume
3

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

NDCoastal and Ocean Policy

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Jessica Weinkle

Phone: 910-962-3514

Email: weinklej@uncw.edu

Program Location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements

(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

1

Statement of Interest(personal statement)

2

Resume

NDComputer Science and Information Systems

Program Website

  • Complete applications are reviewed for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Ms. Candace Wilhelm
Dr. Clayton Ferner
Phone: 910-962-3903
Email: wilhelmc@uncw.edu

Program Location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: November 1, 2016
Fall 2017: June 1, 2017
(Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply by March 1, as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as they are received.)
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Resume

NDConflict Management and Resolution

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Remonda Kleinberg

Phone: 910-962-4254

Email: kleinbergr@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus and Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: TBD

Summer I 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores

None

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Essay (500 word)
2

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

NDSociology and Criminology

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Daniel Buffington

Phone: 910-962-3434

Email: buffingtond@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus
Deadlines(11:59 p.m. EST) Spring 2017: November 1, 2016
Fall 2017: July 1, 2017
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Statement of Interest

NDEducation Not for Licensure

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission as a group, after the published deadline.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Carol McNulty

Phone: 910-962-3361

Email: mcnultycp@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus and Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)

Spring 2017: November 1, 2017

Summer I 2017: April 15, 2017
Summer II 2017: May 15, 2017
Fall 2017: July 1, 2017
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

3

Non-degree applicants wishing to become degree seeking for a future term should notify the degree program coordinator of their intent upon submission of their non-degree application. Non-degree students will need to reapply as degree seeking.

NDEnvironmental Studies

Not Accepting Applications at this time

NDGeoscience

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission by the program as they are received
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Joanne Halls

Phone: 910-962-7614

Email: hallsj@uncw.edu

Program Location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) NONE

NDApplied Gerontology

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission by the program as they are received
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Anne Glass

Phone: 910-962-7509

Email: glassa@uncw.edu

Program Location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD

Summer I or Summer II 2017: TBD

(Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission.)

Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) NONE

NDLiberal Studies

Program Website (Main campus)

Program Website (Onslow Extension campus)

  • Complete applications are considered for admission by the program as they are received
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Patricia Turrisi

Phone: 910-962-3299

Email: turrisip@uncw.edu

Ms. Ashley Hudson

Phone: 910-962-2427

Email: hudsona@uncw.edu

Program Location Main Campus and Distance Education
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Summer I 2017: TBD
Summer II 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.)

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

NDMarine Science

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission by the program as they are received
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Stephen Skrabal

Phone: 910-962-7160

Email: skrabals@uncw.edu

Program Location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) NONE

NDMathematics

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission by the program as they are received
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Mark Lammers

Phone: 910-962-3958

Email: lammersm@uncw.edu

Program Location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD

Summer I 2017: TBD

(Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission.)

Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) NONE

NDPublic Administration

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission by the program as they are received
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Mark Imperial

Phone: 910-962-7928

Email: imperialm@uncw.edu

Program Location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Fall 2017: TBD
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations

3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application

Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Statement of Interest
2 Resume

NDReading Recovery

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission by the program as they are received.
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Barbara Honchell

Phone: 910-962-3382

Email: honchellb@uncw.edu

Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: TBD
Summer I 2017: TBD
Program Location Distance Education
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1 Education Statement of Interest Essay
2

Must hold or be qualified to hold a NC class "A" teacher licensure in at least one area of education.

3 Participation requires prior approval by the participating school and district. Contact Director of Reading Recovery with any questions regarding eligibility prior to application submission.
4

Students taking online courses at UNCW:
Prior to submission, applicants that reside (i.e. are physically located) outside of North Carolina must refer to the Distance Education website to make certain that UNCW has secured authorization to offer online courses to the residents in their state. If you reside in a state where UNCW is not currently authorized to offer online courses, contact the Office of External Programs at (910) 962-2953 or stateauthorization@uncw.edu to determine if authorization can be obtained.

NDSpanish

Program Website

  • Complete applications are considered for admission by the program as they are received
  • All application and supporting documents must be received by the published deadline.
Program Coordinator:

Dr. Brian Chandler
Phone: 910-962-2299
Email: chandlerb@uncw.edu

Program Location: Main Campus
Deadlines

(11:59 p.m. EST)
Spring 2017: November 15, 2016

Summer I 2017:March 1, 2017
(Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission.)

Summer II 2017: March 1, 2017
(Limited summer courses available. Contact the program coordinator prior to application submission.)

Fall 2017: July 1, 2017
Transcripts

One official copy required from each post-secondary institution attended. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated via WES [course-by-course evaluation].

Test Scores NONE
Recommendations NONE
Additional Requirements(Upload forms and documents into the online application prior to submission.) 1

Recorded speaking sample, which describes her/his reasons for wanting to pursue graduate study, sent as data files directly to the Program Coordinator.

2

500-word statement of objectives in English.

3

A 500-word writing sample in Spanish.

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