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From modest beginnings as a teacher training school, East Carolina University (ECU) has grown to become an emerging, national research university with an enrollment of more than 27,000 students. The campus is located in Greenville, North Carolina, less than a two-hour drive to both the state capital, Raleigh, to the west and Atlantic Coast beaches to the east. East Carolina offers 105 bachelor’s degree programs, 85 master’s degree programs, 18 doctoral degree programs, 1 intermediate degree program [EdS], 2 first-professional degree programs in medicine [MD] and dentistry [DMD], and 77 departmental certificates. East Carolina University is a vibrant community with a wide array of programs and services including the performing arts series, leadership development programs, community service opportunities, student organization involvement and campus recreation. To learn more about how to attend East Carolina University as an international undergraduate student please kindly e-mail email@example.com with specific questions.
College of Business:
In the College of Business at ECU, we shape the leaders of tomorrow. No matter what career path our students choose, we prepare and challenge them with the necessary skills to think, act, and lead in today's business world. For more than 75 years, the College of Business has enjoyed a rich tradition. Plus, we are one of only two institutions in North Carolina - and 120 worldwide - that has been continuously AACSB-accredited since 1967. We are an innovator in distance education, too, and take pride in our program's strength, value, and flexibility.
College of Engineering:
At ECU, our highest priority is the excellence of our engineering program and we achieve this through small engineering classes taught by faculty, project based learning, and high faculty-student interaction. ECU Engineering prepares our graduates for 21st century engineering challenges. We believe successful engineers must have a broad base of technical skills to assure they can meet the engineering challenges of the future. ECU offers a Bachelor of Science in Engineering with five possible areas of concentration:
- Biomedical Engineering
- Bioprocess Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Industrial and Systems Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
Department of Biology:
We are a broad department that emphasizes integrative approaches drawing from across the life sciences. We have particular strengths in biodiversity, coastal ecology, and several areas of molecular biology and biotechnology. We offer undergraduate majors in Biology and Biochemistry and graduate opportunities at both the MS and PhD levels. Our faculty, students, and staff have received a wide range of honors and awards and some of their achievements are highlighted on this site.
Department of Psychology:
The Department of Psychology at East Carolina University consists of 36 faculty members, the staff of the PASS Clinic, and the five members of our office staff, as well as almost 800 undergraduate majors/minor and 100 graduate students. In addition to our Undergraduate program, we offer a doctoral degree in Health Psychology with concentrations in Clinical Health Psychology, Occupational Health Psychology, and Pediatric School Psychology, as well as a Master's degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and a MA/CAS in School Psychology.
The Department of Psychology offers both a major (BA) and a minor in Psychology. The BA degree requires 120 total credit hours, with 42 hours of liberal arts foundation courses, 12 hours of a foreign language (1001 to 1004), 35 hours in the study of Psychology, a minor, and general electives. The Psychology minor requires 24 hours of study in Psychology. The Psychology curriculum at ECU is similar to that of other major universities and colleges across the country. Specifically, it provides the student with a background in the various areas of study in psychology and the research techniques used in the scientific study of behavior and thought.
School of Art and Design:
With 500+ undergraduate students, 40+ graduate students, and approximately 50 faculty members, the School of Art and Design at East Carolina University is the most comprehensive art school in North Carolina and one of the largest in the Southeast. Our students come from North Carolina, the east coast and several foreign countries. More than half of freshmen have had at least two years of art in high school while approximately forty percent have had three or more years.
The East Carolina University School of Art and Design has been an accredited, institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design since 1962. Forty continuous years of specialized accreditation has resulted in a rigorous curriculum with flexibility and practical applications. The School of Art and Design is going through the reaccreditation process in 2014. This recognition is the hallmark of the faculty's dedication to effective teaching and the creation of the professional artist.