Announcements for Current Students

Spring classes begin on January 13, 2014.  First class on-campus is January 13, 2014 at 5pm.

All returning students register for Spring classes beginning November 4th-December 8th and December 17th-January 21st.

Cohort 4

Spring 2014

Hi everyone.  You should have met with Dr. Catapano to do a degree audit and establish your comp and dissertation committee.  For the Spring 2014 semester, you should plan to register for the following courses:

EDL 643 Qualitative Research-this will be offered a little differently, including three faculty members who will offer a 1-credit equivalent of Academic Writing (Dr. Walser), Case Study Analysis (Dr. DeVita), and Surveys and Questionnaires (Dr. Ryder).  You will see my name as the instructor of record, however, the course will be delivered in the manner I just described.

Your second course should be a choice of the following:

EDL 610 Ethical Decision Making (Dr. DeVita)

EDL 652 Critical Issues in  Higher Education (Dr. DeVita)

EDL 667 Learning and Instruction (Dr. Chen)

EDL 691 Directed Independent Study (you must identify a faculty member—be careful, you cannot have more than 2 of these on your transcript)

Any other 600- or 500-level course (500-level courses must be content that is not offered at the 600-level and approved by me prior to enrolling).

Cohort 5

Spring 2014

Check in with your advisor and register for the following courses:


On campus Ed. Administration (EA) students:


On campus Curriculum & Instruction (CI) students:


On campus Higher Ed (HE) students:


Sandhills Cohort

Your classes meet once a month, at Turlington Alternative School

Educational Administration students:

 

Curriculum and Instruction students:

       Choice of either:

Dr. Catapano will be at your site on Saturday, November 23rd, if you have any questions.


Cohort 6

Spring 2014

Check in with your advisor and register for the following courses:

On campus Ed. Administration students:


On campus Curriculum & Instruction students:


On campus Higher Ed students:


Sandhills Cohort
Classes meet once a month, at Turlington Alternative School

Educational Administration

Curriculum and Instruction

       Choice of either:

Dr. Catapano will be at your site on Saturday, November 23rd, if you have any questions.


James Sprunt Cohort (regardless of concentration)
Classes meet once a month at James Sprunt Community College


For questions, contact Susan Catapano, Program Coordinator & Chair at catapanos@uncw.edu.



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