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  1. 1. The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  2. 2. College of Arts & Architecture Graduate Programs Certificate • Violin • Vocal Pedagogy Master’s • Architecture & Urban Design (dual degree) • Architecture – M. Arch I (ARC1) • Architecture – M. Arch II (ARC2) • Architecture – M. Arch III and MS Computer Science or Information Technology (ARC3) • Urban Design
  3. 3. College of Business Graduate Programs Certificate • MBA Plus (post-master’s) • Real Estate Finance & Development • Data Science and Business Analytics Master’s • Accountancy • Business Administration • Business Administration – Executive MBA in Taipei, Taiwan • Business Administration – Global Business & Strategy in Monterrey, Mexico • Economics • Economics: Dual-Degree Program with Copenhagen Business School • Economics: Finance • Mathematical Finance • Real Estate Doctorate • Business Administration: Finance
  4. 4. College of Computing & Informatics Graduate Programs Certificate • Advanced Databases & Knowledge Discovery • Bioinformatics – Applications • Bioinformatics – Technology • Game Design & Development • Healthcare Information Technology • Information Security & Privacy • Management of Information Technology Master’s • Bioinformatics – Professional Science • Computer Science • Health Informatics • Information Technology Doctorate • Bioinformatics and Computational Biology • Computing and Information Systems: Computer Science (CSCS), Software and Information Systems (SWIS), and an Interdisciplinary Track (INDS) Program previously known as Information Technology
  5. 5. College of Education Graduate Programs Certificate • Academically & Intellectually Gifted • Autism Spectrum Disorders • Curriculum & Supervision (post-master’s) – Not Currently Accepting Applications • Elementary School Mathematics • Instructional Systems Technology with a concentration in School Specialist (SITS) or Community Training and Development (CTDV) • Play Therapy • School Administration (post-master’s) • School Counseling (post-master’s) • Substance Abuse Counseling • Teaching – Art Education, Child & Family Studies, Foreign Language: French, German, and Spanish • Teaching – Middle Grades: English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies • Teaching – Secondary Education: Comprehensive Science, English, History/Social Studies, and Mathematics • Teaching – Special Education: General Curriculum, Adapted Curriculum • Teaching - English as a Second Language • Teaching – Theatre Education Master’s • Child & Family Studies • Counseling with concentration in Addiction Counseling (CGAD), Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CGMH), School Counseling (CGSL) • Curriculum & Supervision - Currently Not Accepting Applications • Elementary Education
  6. 6. College of Education Graduate Programs - continued Master’s – continued • Foreign Language Education • Instructional Systems Technology with concentration in School Specialist (SITS) or Community Training and Development (CTDV) • Middle Grades: English, English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies • Reading Education • School Administration • Secondary Education: Biology, Chemistry, Comprehensive Science, Earth Science, English, History/Social Studies, Mathematics, Physics, and Social Studies • Special Education : Academically Gifted, Adapted Curriculum, and General Curriculum • Teaching – Elementary Education • Teaching English as a Second Language Doctorate • Counseling • Curriculum & Instruction with concentrations in Urban Elementary Education (UELE), Urban Education (UEDU), Urban Literacy (ULIT), Urban Math (UMAT) • Educational Leadership: Community, School • Special Education
  7. 7. College of Engineering Graduate Programs Master’s • Civil Engineering • Construction & Facilities Management • Electrical Engineering • Engineering Management • Engineering: Civil Concentration • Engineering: Mechanical Concentration • Fire Protection & Administration • Mechanical Engineering Doctorate • Electrical & Computer Engineering • Infrastructure & Environmental Systems • Mechanical Engineering
  8. 8. College of Health & Human Services Graduate Programs Certificate • Community Health • Nurse Anesthesia (post-master’s) • Nursing: Nurse Educator • Nursing: Adult Nurse Practitioner ( post-master’s) – Currently Not Accepting Applications • Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner (post-master’s) • Nursing: Nurse Administrator (Online only) Master’s • Clinical Exercise Physiology • Health Administration • Health Informatics • Nursing: Nurse Anesthesia • Nursing: Nursing Advanced Clinical – Adult Nurse Practitioner – Currently Not Accepting Applications • Nursing: Nursing Advanced Clinical – Family Nurse Practitioner • Nursing: Systems/Populations – Community Public Health Nursing (Online program) • Nursing: Systems/ Populations – Nurse Educator (Online program) • Nursing: Systems/ Populations: Nurse Administrator (Online program) • Public Health • Social Work Doctorate • Health Services Research (interdisciplinary) • Nursing Practice • Public Health Science
  9. 9. College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Graduate Programs Certificate • Africana Studies • Arts Administration • Cognitive Science • Communication Studies • Emergency Management • Ethics (applied) • Gender, Sexuality, & Women’s Studies • Gerontology • Nonprofit Management • Public Budgeting and Finance • Technical/Professional Writing • Translating/Translation Studies (Spanish) • Urban Management and Policy Master’s • Anthropology • Biology • Chemistry • Communication Studies • Criminal Justice • Earth Sciences • English • English Education • Ethics & Applied Philosophy
  10. 10. College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Graduate Programs - continued Master’s – continued • Geography: Community Planning (GECP), Geographic Information Science & Technologies, Location Analysis (GELA), Transportation Studies (GETS), Urban-Region Analysis (GEUA) • Latin American Studies • Liberal Studies • Mathematics Education • Mathematics: Applied (MAAP), General (MAGE) , Statistics (MAAS) • Optical Science & Engineering • Physics (applied) • Psychology: Clinical/Community • Psychology; Industrial/Organizational (Not Currently Accepting Applications) • Public Administration with concentrations in Arts Administration (ARTA), Emergency Management (EMER) Non-profit Management (PROF), Public Finance (MPPF) , Urban Management & Policy (URBA) • Religious Studies • Sociology • Spanish: Language, Literature, & Culture; Translating & Translation Studies Doctorate • Biology • Geography & Urban Regional Analysis • Health Psychology • Mathematics (applied)
  11. 11. College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Graduate Programs - continued Doctorate - continued • Nanoscale Science (interdisciplinary) • Optical Science &Engineering (interdisciplinary) • Organizational Science (interdisciplinary) • Public Policy
  12. 12. Why Choose Us? The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is recognized for its nationally and internationally renowned faculty, talented students, contemporary, spacious campus, state-of-the-art facilities and research labs, and strong partnerships with business and industry in the Charlotte, North Carolina, region. The University is consistently ranked among the top ten universities in the Southeastern USA, offering a wide range of resources and opportunities to help graduate students succeed. We hope that you will take some time to peruse the Graduate School website and discover for yourself the myriad of opportunities that await you at UNC Charlotte! Better yet, make plans today to attend an Information Session (on campus or virtual!) and experience firsthand how graduate education can prepare you for life in an ever-changing world.
  13. 13. What You Need to Apply Admissions committees typically base their decisions on the following factors: • Statement of purpose • Letters of recommendation • Standardized Test Scores (GRE, GMAT, or Miller Analogies Test) • TOEFL (international students) • Grade Point Average (GPA) • Transcripts • Research experience • Resume/Curriculum Vitae (CV) • Writing Sample
  14. 14. Deadlines Standard (Priority) Deadlines Fall - May 1 Spring - October 1 Summer - April 1 Some programs have earlier deadlines than the Graduate School's standard deadlines listed here, so please refer to the specific deadline listed for the program to which you are applying. An application deadline means the application and any required items - test scores, transcripts, recommendations - should be received by the Graduate School.
  15. 15. Funding Graduate Education Financial Aid. The Office of Student Financial Aid administers several federal, state, and institutional financial aid programs available to graduate students at UNC Charlotte who complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This application helps US Citizens and eligible non-citizens gain access to gift aid (such as grants) or self-help aid (like loans). International students on any temporary non-immigrant visa status are not eligible for federal financial aid. See the Financial Aid website at www.finaid.uncc.edu for more information. The federal school code for UNC Charlotte is 002975 to complete the FAFSA.
  16. 16. The Graduate School UNC Charlotte Cato Hall 9201 University City Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28223 Ph: (704) 687-5503 Fax: (704) 687-1668 Email: gradadm@uncc.edu Web: http://graduateschool.uncc.edu Admissions menu tab. See the FAQ link. Questions and Answers

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