Announcements for Current Students

TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE APPOACHING

The deadline for the Department of Educational Leadership Travel Scholarship is Tuesday, September 30. For more information about how to apply for the travel scholarship, please click here.


SPRING 2015 ADVISING INFORMATION

Students are encouraged to take no more than 6 credit hours each semester. Click here to view the recommended course offerings for Spring 2015. For advising, please contact Dr. Catapano at catapanos@uncw.edu.

Spring classes begin on January 13, 2015.

Cohort 4

 

Students should be in the dissertation phase. All students need two sections of EDL 699 to complete their degree.

 

Cohort 5

Spring 2015

REQUIRED:

On Campus Cohort:

Ed Administration:

Curriculum and Instruction:

Higher Education:  (Proseminar II will be offered in summer 2015)


Sandhills Cohort:

Ed Administration:

Curriculum and Instruction:

There are a variety of electives available to you. Please review the schedule on Seanet or contact me for suggestions. Make sure you are following your program audit.  Some suggestions include:  EDL 611 The Politics of Education, EDL 669 Leadership and Literacy, EDL 690 Curriculum Planning in Post-Secondary Education, EDL 692 Instructional Delivery in Post-Secondary Education, EDL 695 ESL Topics for Administrators, EDL 695 Working with At-Risk Students, EDL 595-001 Civic Engagement & Democratic Outcomes in Higher Education.


Cohort 6

Spring 2015

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:


James Sprunt Cohort:

Classes meet once a month at James Sprunt Community College on 1/24, 2/21, 3/21, and 4/25.

Ed. Administration students:

Curriculum & Instruction students:


Sandhills Cohort:

Ed Administration:

Curriculum and Instruction:

There are a variety of electives available to you. Please review the schedule on Seanet or contact me for suggestions. Make sure you are following your program audit.  Some suggestions include:  EDL 611 The Politics of Education, EDL 669 Leadership and Literacy, EDL 690 Curriculum Planning in Post-Secondary Education, EDL 692 Instructional Delivery in Post-Secondary Education, EDL 695 ESL Topics for Administrators, EDL 695 Working with At-Risk Students, EDL 595-001 Civic Engagement & Democratic Outcomes in Higher Education.

Cohort 7

Spring 2015

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

On campus (regardless of concentration):

Sandhills Cohort (regardless of concentration):

Classes meet once a month at Turlington Alternative School on 1/24, 2/21, 3/21, and 4/18.

James Sprunt Cohort (regardless of concentration):

Classes meet once a month at James Sprunt Community College on 1/10, 1/31, 2/14, and 3/14..


FALL 2014 ADVISING INFORMATION

Students are encouraged to take no more than 6 credit hours each semester. For advising, please contact Dr. Catapano at catapanos@uncw.edu.

Fall classes begin on August 20, 2014. First class on-campus is August 25, 2014.

Registration is open now through August 27, 2014.

Applications to Graduate due September 15, 2014 for Fall 2014.

Below are links to the Fall 2014 Class Schedules:

Cohort 5 Sandhills

Cohort 6 & 7 Sandhills

Cohort 6 James Sprunt

Cohort 7 James Sprunt

Cohort 7 Main Campus

All Campus Fall 2014


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



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