Would you like to complete your Master of Arts degree in Instructional Technology in just three summers? Yes, you can complete your degree in just three summers at North Carolina Central University. The School of Education is recruiting for the Instructional Technology Cohort IV Program for summer 2013. The M.A. in Educational Technology Summer Cohort Program is delivered on-campus and online during the months of May through July for three consecutive summers augmented with online coursework during the academic year (fall and spring semesters).
I invite you to experience firsthand the M.A. Educational Technology Summer Cohort Program by attending an information session via Elluminate (online). To participate you will need a headset, preferably with a built-in microphone. If you do not have a microphone, you will have the option to use the chat option to type questions or comments. This hour-long program will allow you to experience how we deliver instruction online and the opportunity to meet and talk with Instructional Technology faculty, administrators, alumni, and current students.
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See for yourself what makes this program so special:
I hope you will attend an information session. To register for a session, please email your name, email address, and attendance date at least one week before the session to Dr. Bull at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact her by telephone at 919-530-7287.
Prince Hycy Bull, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Interim Chair, Department of Educational Leadership, Research, and Technology
The Department offers graduate degree programs in school administration and educational technology.
The Master of School Administration (MSA) Program is designed to prepare visionary school leaders to serve in diverse cultural contexts and as advocates for social justice in the public schools of North Carolina and the nation.
In addition, a licensure-only program in school administration is designed for individuals who already hold a master's degree in our education related field.
The Master's Program in Educational Technology is designed to prepare graduates to serve as Information and Communication Technologists in a variety of professional ventures among which are K-12 schools, institutions of higher education (college resource centers), business, industry, and professional schools such as Medicine, Law, Dentistry, and Nursing. An Online Graduate Program in Instructional Design that prepares candidates to teach in education and industry with E-Learning certification will soon be implemented.
The Educational Leadership, Research and Technology Department also support all of the research related courses offered at both the undergraduate and graduate degree levels. Faculty members are dedicated to preparing our candidates as facilitators of technology and as leaders in the schools.
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