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Explore Graduate Programs offered by the Watson College!

Monday, March 06, 2017

The Watson College offers exceptional graduate-level programs for teachers, career-changers and professionals seeking a career in school administration, curriculum and instruction, higher education, instructional technology or educational leadership. A new postcard showcases the wide array of graduate programs offered by the college.

A second postcard showcases WCE’s Master of Arts in Teaching programs. The graduate-level, initial licensure teaching programs are offered in six specializations for career-changers, lateral-entry teachers and recent college graduates with a bachelor’s degree but little or no experience in education.

EEMLS Hosts Reunion to Promote Master’s in Language and Literacy

WCE’s Department of Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle Grades, Literacy and Special Education held their second annual Language and Literacy Reunion at the Watson College on March 16. More than 30 alumni and prospective graduate students attended the event. The reunion gave graduates an opportunity to network with faculty and peers, and share information about WCE’s M.Ed. in language and literacy with prospective students.

Jeanne Swafford, associate professor and coordinator of WCE’s language and literacy program, coordinated the event.

Ad in SEEN Magazine promotes CIS, MIT Programs

Look for WCE’s ad in the mid-winter edition of SEEN Magazine! The ad promotes the college’s online master’s and curriculum specialist add-on licensure programs in Curriculum, Instruction and Supervision. It also promotes online programs offered in Instructional Technology. WCE’s IT programs include a Master of Science degree and specialist certificates in instructional technology and online teaching and learning.

SEEN Magazine is a publication of the Southeast Education Network. The publication reaches 125,000 educators in 2,300 school districts in 12 states.

UNCW’s Graduate School is currently accepting applications for all graduate programs offered by the Watson College. Program deadlines vary so visit the website for details.

For information on programs offered by the Watson College, visit www.uncw.edu/ed/learn.

To apply, visit the UNCW Graduate School website at uncw.edu/gradschool.