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Session II: June 26 - July 29
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The Graduate School at the University of North Carolina Wilmington administers programs leading to the Master of Business Administration; the Master of Education; Master of Science in biology, chemistry, clinical research and product development, computer science and information systems, geology, applied gerontology, instructional technology, mathematics, marine science and marine biology; Master of Arts in criminology and public sociology, English, environmental studies, history, liberal studies, psychology and Spanish; Master of School Administration; the Master of Arts in Teaching; the Master of Science in Accountancy; the Master of Fine Arts in creative writing; the Master of Science in Nursing, Master of Public Administration, Master of Social Work, Ph.D. in marine biology, Ed.D in educational leadership and administration and Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Programs in applied statistics, conflict managment resolution, gerontology, environmental studies, instructional technology specialist, and Hispanic studies. Post-Master's Certificate in liberal studies, in family nurse practitioner and in nursing education option. Add-on education licensure is available in the areas of academically and intellectually gifted, curriculum and instruction supervision, reading education, English as a second language and school administration.
Graduate School Admissions
Students wishing to enter a program of study leading to a graduate degree may enter during the summer. Contact Kimberly Goerne in the Graduate School for specific information, deadlines, and requirements. The non-refundable application fee is $60.
Graduate students enrolled for spring may register for summer courses according to the Registrar Calendar. Graduate students should contact the graduate coordinator in their program for advising.
Drop/add activity is completed through the SeaNet registration system.
To withdraw from the university or from an individual class, the student must conctact the Graduate School and fill out a withdrawal form by the published deadline. Failure to do so by may result in a grade of F.
Continuous Enrollment Policy
Graduate students who have completed their course work and the number of thesis hours for credit required for their graduate degree but have not yet graduated must do one of the following:
1. Either sign up for GRC 600 Continuation Enrollment by completing the online registration survey on the Graduate School forms page or
2. File a leave of absence request with the Graduate School.
Regardless of the course of action selected, all graduate students must be enrolled in the term in which they are to receive their degree. Please refer to the complete policy found in the current Graduate Catalogue.