School of Graduate Studies and Research

Graduate Programs

UNCP Catalog," contains information regarding the goals, degree requirements, and administration of individual programs from the UNCP Catalog in both HTML and PDF versions.

Admission Deadlines for Early Consideration | General Requirements | Program Requirement Specifics

PROGRAM

CATALOG

HTML

PDF

Art Education (M.A.) HTML Link PDF Link
Business Administration (M.B.A.) HTML Link
PDF Link
Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A.Ed.) html
Elementary Education (M.A.Ed.) HTML Link PDF Link
English Education (M.A.) HTML Link PDF Link
English as a Second Lang. Licensure Add-on   pdf
Mathematics Education (M.A.) HTML Link PDF Link
Middle Grades Education (M.A.Ed.) HTML Link PDF Link
*Music Education (M.A.) Program being phased out.  No longer accepting applications. HTML Link PDF Link
Nursing (M.S.N)    
Physical Education (M.A.) HTML Link PDF Link
Public Administration (M.P.A.) HTML Link PDF Link
Reading Education (M.A. Ed.) HTML Link PDF Link
School Administration (M.S.A.) HTML Link PDF Link
Professional School Counseling (M.A. Ed.) HTML Link PDF Link
Science Education (M.A.) HTML Link PDF Link
Social Studies Education (M.A.) HTML Link PDF Link
Social Work (M.S.W.) HTML Link PDF Link
Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) HTML Link PDF Link

NOTE: All directions and forms related to the application process should be accessed from the Graduate School web site. This site is the only reliable source of current forms and requirements. If you have any questions about the process please contact us at grad@uncp.edu or call 910.521.6271.

Each student is responsible for the proper completion of his or her academic program, for familiarity with the University of North Carolina at Pembroke Catalog, for maintaining the grade point average required, and for meeting all other degree requirements.   The academic adviser will counsel, but the final responsibility for a successful college career rests with the student. 

 

Admission Deadlines For Early Consideration

Application materials and all supporting documentation should be submitted to the School of Graduate Studies and Research at least one month prior to the projected enrollment date (at least six months prior to the projected enrollment date for international students), or by the application deadline for early admission consideration established by specific programs. Students may enter most programs at the beginning of any semester or summer term; however, some programs have established program-specific admission timeframes. Some programs may offer the option of early provisional admission to promising undergraduates, pending completion of their degrees.  The following programs have established program-specific admissions deadlines for early admission consideration.

Program

Fall Deadline   

Spring
Deadline

Summer
Deadline

Clinical Mental Health Counseling and

Professional School Counseling

 

April 1

October 1 No Admissions
Nursing (M.S.N.) May 15

November 1
(limit of 10 admissions)

No Admissions
Public Administration April 1 October 15 No Admissions
Reading Education April 1 October 15 No Admissions
Social Studies Education
(M.A. & M.A.T.)
July 31 December 1 April 15
Social Work (M.S.W.) July 1 No regular admission
Advanced Standing only April 1