The Department of Biology and Marine Biology offers a program of study and research leading to the doctor of philosophy in marine biology. The program provides students with a broad background and overview of the fields comprising marine biology and makes extensive use of cutting edge research facilities and the diverse interests of the marine biology faculty within the department.
The mission of the Educational Leadership and Administration Doctoral Program is to prepare superintendents and other educational leaders to be informed, proactive, and reflective change agents to improve public schools for the benefit of all students, particularly in southeastern North Carolina.
The MIT program provides students the opportunity to gain skills and knowledge from educational and applied psychology, instructional systems design, computer science, systems theory, and communication theory, allowing for considerable flexibility to tailor individual needs across other academic disciplines. Students from diverse fields can plan programs which are consistent with their long-range academic and professional goals. MIT courses are offered both on campus and online, allowing professionals to earn their degrees and/or certificates by taking MIT on-campus courses, or MIT online courses, or a combination of both types.
The MSCSIS is an intensive graduate program aimed at preparing the student to take on leadership roles in the development and implementation of computer and information systems. The curriculum requires 36 semester hours. There are six required core courses providing a mix of theoretical underpinning, technical skills and information technology perspectives. Students can choose elective courses to provide opportunity for additional study in a variety of advanced study areas. The program culminates with a capstone experience that can be an integrative project or a thesis.
The Master of Science degree program in chemistry provides students having an undergraduate foundation in chemistry the opportunity to engage in advanced course work, in-depth study and independent research to acquire the skills of assimilating new information and generating new knowledge. The Department of Chemistry is one of 16 departments within the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
Our innovative program focuses on the skills needed for social science related work, in particular: how to conduct evaluation research; how to write for non-academic audiences; grant-writing workshops; interdisciplinary collaboration opportunities; and extended discussions of the differences between academic culture and the cultures of community and not-for-profit organizations. Students gain real-world experience applying sociological methods and theory to contemporary social problems.
The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in Secondary Education program in the Watson College of Education offers an exciting opportunity for students with an undergraduate degree in Mathematics, Science, History and English who are seeking a secondary teaching license. With the use of research and technology, the MAT program prepares future teachers to create innovative and interactive learning environments meeting the needs of today's high school students.