This program is designed to prepare graduates to serve as Information and Communication Technologists in a variety of professional ventures among which are institutions of higher education (college resource centers), business, industry, and professional schools such as Medicine, Law, Dentistry, and Nursing. The program is also designed to provide students the theory, practical tools and techniques necessary to analyze, design and manage an instructional resource program. Full-time graduate students may complete the program in two academic years and one summer session. This program also offers a Computer Specialist Licensure Track which requires an A Teaching License.
The General Assembly of 1939 authorized the establishment of graduate study programs in liberal arts and the professions at North Carolina Central University. In ensuing years with the creation of several programs, the Graduate School has grown to offering degrees in the following.
College of Behavioral and Sciences
College of Liberal Arts
College of Science and Technology
School of Business
School of Education
School of Liberal Arts
School of Library and Information Sciences
The mission of the School of Graduate Studies is to provide world-class education and to produce leaders that are culturally sensitive and engaged in their respective fields of study.