 A SACS (Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools) accredited
University.
 Founded in 1966 with multiple
campus loca...
 Technical Programs
› Network Security – AS and BS
› Electronics Engineering – AS and BS
› Mechatronics – BS
› Criminal J...
 82% placement rate (2011-2012).
 Work experience as part of your
program in the form of externships.
 Top tier educati...
Mission Statement
ECPI University Libraries are committed to providing high-quality
collections, services, technology and ...
 ISSA
 NETWORK AND SECURITY
 ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
 MEDICAL
 CRIMINAL JUSTICE
 STUDENT VETERANS OF AMER...
ECPI University - Recognized as a leader in educating our Military.
ECPI encourages all Active Duty, Reservist, and Vetera...
Service provided to students to help when juggling life‟s demands.
Counseling – Professional Counselor will discuss whatev...
 Year round classes
 Diploma program – 14 months
 Associates degree – 14 to 18
months
 Bachelors degree – 30 months
 In Seat – classroom setting
 Hybrid – in seat and on-line
combined
 On-line – virtual classroom setting
 VCOM and Sky...
 Scheduled Appointments
 Customized Financial Plans
 Certified VA Representative on staff
and available
 One on one cu...
 Career Planning
 Resume skills
 Interviewing skills
 Life-long job assistance
 Companies that employ our
graduates:
Programs Director
Biography for Greg Horesovsky
Dr. Greg Horesovsky received his Bachelor of Science degree from Hope Coll...
Department Head
Biography for Dr. Katherine Follett
Education: Doctor of Philosophy 2000, North Carolina State University
...
Arts and Science Instructor
Director of Student affairs
Biography for GLORIA HICKS
Ms. Hicks has worked at ECPI University...
Install, configure, and support an
organization's local area network
(LAN), wide area network (WAN), and
Internet systems ...
Department Head
Biography for Michael Taylor
I grew up in Kinston, NC and began learning in earnest when I was a paper car...
Department Head
Biography for Dr. Louay Karadsheh – CIS
Dr. Louay Karadsheh has a Doctorate of Management in Information T...
CIS Instructor
Biography for William Harding
William Harding has taught at ECPI for 18 years and has served as an instruct...
CIS Instructor
Biography for Marc Graustark
Born New York City
Formative years: Manhattan, Bronx, NY, New Rochelle (New Yo...
• Systems Administrator
• Network Administrator
• Network Engineer
• Information Technology Specialist (IT Specialist)
• L...
National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Employment Statistics Survey
State Data Source: North Caroli...
Jose M. – AS Network Security – 6/2012
Jose is a veteran of the USMC. While in the Marine Corp he served in a technical ca...
Lay out, build, test, troubleshoot, repair, and
modify developmental and production of
electronic
components, parts, equip...
Department Head
Biography for Mr. Gardner
I have over thirty (30) years experience in product development, product managem...
Department Head
Biography for Lynn Erla Beegle
Lynn Erla Beegle was hired by ECPI in 2002 (!) as a part-time A+ and Networ...
EET Faculty
Biography for NGEE (NEE) CHENG
Professional with technical, interpersonal, and leadership skills, utilized in ...
• Electronics Technician
• Engineering Technician
• Electronics Engineering Technician
• Test Technician
• Technician
• Re...
National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Survey
State Data Source: North Carol...
Barry J – BS EET – May 2011
Barry had Service Management experience prior to ECPI and worked as a machine operator and
man...
The system of law enforcement, the bar, the
judiciary, corrections, and probation that is
directly involved in the
apprehe...
Department Head
Biography for Charles Craven
Charles K. “Chuck” Craven has been associated with the field of criminal just...
• Special Agent
• Detective
• Investigator
• Criminal Investigator
• Detective Sergeant Agent
• Master Police Detective
• ...
National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Survey
State Data Source: North Carol...
Lori H. – BS CJ – 9/2012
Lori graduated from our Criminal Justice program and nearly stepped into her County Security
posi...
Department Head
Biography for Christina Harrelson
I am currently the director of the practical nursing program at ECPI Uni...
PN Instructor
Biography for VICKI HARRIS
RN with greater than 30 years of varied experience including acute care, home
car...
• Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
• Charge Nurse
• Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN)
• Clinic Licensed Practical Nurse (CLINI...
National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Survey
State Data Source: North Carol...
JW – 8/2012
JW had 2 years of billing and coding experience AND 4 years of CNA experience when she enrolled
at ECPI for ou...
Health Science Department Chair for
Medical Administration and Medical Assisting.
Bio for MR. TRAVIS BUTLER
I was born and...
Department Head
Biography for Jennifer K. Thomason, MSN, RN
I was born in Los Angeles, California, and spent my elementary...
Medical Assisting Faculty
Biography for GEORGE CUMMINGS
I graduated from Lamar State College of Technology with a BS in Bi...
Amieis a 2012 Medical Assisting graduate who has 2 teenage boys at home. Being an ECPI student
during the day gave her the...
• Medical Assistant
• Certified Medical Assistant (CMA)
• Doctor's Assistant
• Medical Office Assistant
• Optometric Assis...
National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Survey
State Data Source: North Carol...
National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Survey
State Data Source: North Carol...
• Medical Records Clerk
• Health Information Clerk
• Medical Records Technician
• Office Manager
• File Clerk
• Medical Re...
Certifications are not required for completion of this program; however, ECPI
encourages student to obtain all appropriate...
 “I loved the quick pace of ECPI.”
Frankie D – 2012 graduate of Criminal Justice
 “The hands on experience was second to...
One of the most important areas considered when anyone pursues avenues in higher education is
whether or not jobs will be ...
AAS Med. Assisting NC 201205 Medical Assistant Wendell Medical Center
AAS Medical Administration Administrative Assistant ...
AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Arcpoint Labs
AAS Medical Assisting Certified Medical Assistant NC Arthritis & All...
AAS Medical Assisting Pharmacy Support Representative ACS Affiliated Computer Services
AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assis...
BS CIS Network Security Digital Technology Supervisor Best Buy
BS CIS Network Security Tech Support System Operation Solut...
DP Practical Nursing 48 LPN Cary Health & Rehab
DP Practical Nursing 48 LPN Dr. Anderson Wound Care
DP Practical Nursing 4...
DP Practical Nursing 48 LPN Kelly Healthcare Resources
DP Practical Nursing 48 LPN Triangle Family Practice
DP Practical N...
Presentation admissions final july 2013
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  1. 1.  A SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools) accredited University.  Founded in 1966 with multiple campus locations in Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.  Professors with real world experience in their chosen field.  High demand programs for today‟s job market.  Job placement services available.
  2. 2.  Technical Programs › Network Security – AS and BS › Electronics Engineering – AS and BS › Mechatronics – BS › Criminal Justice – BS  Health Sciences › Medical Assisting – AS › Practical Nursing – Diploma Program: Certified to prepare for the NCLEX through NC Boards of Nursing. ›
  3. 3.  82% placement rate (2011-2012).  Work experience as part of your program in the form of externships.  Top tier education.  Certifications and Licensure in specialized fields. – Certification programs are created, sponsored, or affiliated with professional associations, trade organizations, or private vendors interested in raising standards. They signify competence in the particular area of study. Many employers are looking for individuals with not only a degree, but professional certifications as well.
  4. 4. Mission Statement ECPI University Libraries are committed to providing high-quality collections, services, technology and facilities to meet the needs of students, alumni, faculty and staff in support of the University's mission. Available at All ECPI University Libraries: • More than 100,000 items including books, certification exam study guides, e- books, reference works, and periodicals as well as millions of full-text resources available electronically. • Friendly and professional library staff providing excellent reference, library instruction and customer service. • Computer workstations with internet access, printers, a scanner, online database services, Microsoft Office products, tutorials and course software. • Comfortable seating and study space along with free Wi-Fi access for laptops and tablets. ECPI University Library – Raleigh • Campus Librarian Heather Mitchell-Botts and Evening Librarian Shannon Simmons are available to help with research, technology, and writing. • A PearsonVUE and Prometric Certification Testing Site available on campus in the library. • The library manages the distribution of textbooks, term loan textbooks, and term loan iPads. • Hours of Operation: 7:30 a.m. through 9:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. 7:30 a.m. through 3:30 p.m. Friday. The library is also open one Saturday per term the week before finals. Moodle • Moodle is a virtual learning environment that allows instructors to post supplemental learning material, assignments, and discussion ideas. • Depending on the instructor, students will watch videos, view supplemental course material, submit assignments, take tests, and participate in ongoing discussions using Moodle. iPads • iPads are currently being used by select courses and are checked out of the library on a term by term basis. • Allow students access to electronic textbooks and educational mobile applications that are used in and out of the classroom to enhance learning.
  5. 5.  ISSA  NETWORK AND SECURITY  ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY  MEDICAL  CRIMINAL JUSTICE  STUDENT VETERANS OF AMERICA  THREE HONOR SOCIETIES: o PHI THETA KAPPA o GOLDEN KEY o NATIONL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY
  6. 6. ECPI University - Recognized as a leader in educating our Military. ECPI encourages all Active Duty, Reservist, and Veterans using Veterans Benefits to visit the VA website and carefully evaluate your options and benefits under the Montgomery GI Bill and the new Post 9/11GI Bill and other available programs before making a decision. There are many things to consider before choosing which benefit you wish to receive and whether or not to participate in the Active-Duty or Reserve GI Bill programs.
  7. 7. Service provided to students to help when juggling life‟s demands. Counseling – Professional Counselor will discuss whatever is on your mind. Housing – We can help with housing options and housing assistance. Childcare – Assist in locating childcare options and subsidized childcare agencies. Financial – Help with credit card debt issues, budgeting and assistance options. Legal Assisting – Child custody issues, domestic violence. Free consultation with an attorney and when needed a referral to a local attorney at a reduced rate. Transportation – Assistance in public transportation, rideshare programs, or other assistance. Health Care – Struggling with health issues because you do not have insurance? Help is available to locate medical and dental services on a sliding fee scale. Vital Tools for Student Success!
  8. 8.  Year round classes  Diploma program – 14 months  Associates degree – 14 to 18 months  Bachelors degree – 30 months
  9. 9.  In Seat – classroom setting  Hybrid – in seat and on-line combined  On-line – virtual classroom setting  VCOM and Skype – mobile learning
  10. 10.  Scheduled Appointments  Customized Financial Plans  Certified VA Representative on staff and available  One on one customized approach
  11. 11.  Career Planning  Resume skills  Interviewing skills  Life-long job assistance  Companies that employ our graduates:
  12. 12. Programs Director Biography for Greg Horesovsky Dr. Greg Horesovsky received his Bachelor of Science degree from Hope College in Holland, Michigan in 1984 with a major in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. He attended University of Tennessee at Oak Ridge National Laboratories (The original home of the Manhattan Project) in Oak Ridge, Tennessee from 1985 to 1991 where he received his Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences, with an emphasis on molecular cytogenetic and DNA repair. The title of his Ph.D. Thesis is: A determination of whether restriction endonucleases can create site- specific mutations at the hgprt locus in Chinese hamster ovary cells. Following his Ph.D. Training, Dr. Horesovsky accepted a post-doctoral fellowship at the Chemical Industry Institute of Toxicology (now called the Hamner Institute) in Research Triangle Park, NC from 1991- 1994. His post-doctoral research involved the identification and cloning of tumor suppressor genes in a rat model of familial kidney carcinoma. In 1995 Dr. Horesovsky joined the Department of Molecular Pharmacology at GlaxoSmithKline in RTP, NC. There he was the principal investigator of several large, multi-national drug discovery teams tasked with the discovery of novel therapeutics in the areas of osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, diabetes and obesity, women‟s health, men's health, sexual dysfunction, and endocrine diseases of the elderly. While at GlaxoSmithKline he spearheaded efforts to use mathematical modeling of complex biological systems to discover new drug targets for pharmaceutical intervention. He is an expert in molecular biology and DNA sequencing. Dr. Horesovsky joined the faculty of ECPI in 2010 as a member of the department of Arts and Sciences. He currently teaches Environmental Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Freshman Orientation and Capstone. Dr. Horesovsky brings a wealth of knowledge to the classroom and draws heavily on his expertise as a pharmaceutical research scientist in helping students understand the complex workings of the human body. He is consistently one of the highest ranked faculty members based on student end of term surveys and in 2012 he was named ECPI faculty of the year. Dr. Horesovsky has two daughters, Emma, 24, who is pursuing a career in Public Policy, and Rachel, 22, who is pursuing a career in photojournalism. He resides in Durham NC with his spouse and 2 corgi rescue dogs and enjoys music, gourmet cooking and horticulture of indigenous NC plants.
  13. 13. Department Head Biography for Dr. Katherine Follett Education: Doctor of Philosophy 2000, North Carolina State University Major: Life-Span Developmental Psychology Minor: Social Psychology Specialization: Aging and Social Cognition Dissertation Title: The Influence of Aging and Cognition on the Fundamental Attribution Error Education: Master of Science 1995, North Carolina State University Major: Life-Span Developmental Psychology Minor: Statistics Specialization: Aging and Social Cognition Thesis Title: Aging and Attributional Biases Education: Bachelor of Arts 1990, Summa Cum Laude, North Carolina State University Major: Psychology Minor: Sociology Honors/Awards: 2003 FANS (Faculty Assisting New Students, one of six professors elected by the freshman class), Elon University 1996 Inductee, Sigma Phi Omega (Gerontology Honor Society) 1996 Nominee for the Annual Graduate Student Research Award, Gerontological Society of America 1991 Undergraduate Research Award of the Year, Department of Psychology, NCSU Academic Appointments: Psychology Instructor, Department of Arts & Sciences, ECPI University, Raleigh, NC Assistant Professor, Elon University, Elon, NC Visiting Faculty, NCSU, Raleigh NC Adjunct Assistant Professor, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC Dr. Follett is the author of numerous research articles in peer reviewed journals. She has a chapter on Memory and Cognitive Function in the Encyclopedia of Ageism, 2005, She has other publications as first and second author, review articles, and a long list of papers and presentations done at the state, national, and international levels. Dr. Follett is married and the mother of three sons. She has a long history of being active in her community, serving a Mayoral appointed position as a member of the Community Affairs Commission (race relations board) for the City of Goldsboro, North Carolina. She was a restaurateur for more than six years, owing two restaurants; a real estate broker for Century 21, scout leader; youth group volunteer; and engaged in other community services including a run for County Commissioner in Wayne County, North Carolina in 1980. She served as a deacon in her faith community and taught adult Sunday School for thirteen years. In Tulare County in the 1970‟s Dr. Follett organized and taught a pre-school program for underprivileged children in one of county schools. She served as Senior Acquisition Clerk at Olin Graduate School Library at Cornell University in the late 1960‟s. Earlier in the 1960‟s, she taught English as a foreign language for the USIA sponsored school in Tehran, Iran. Her diverse experiences have helped shape her interest in teaching and community activities. Currently, she is also a partner in Bull City Homebrew, LLC, in Durham, NC where she teaches wine making, her personal favorite hobby.
  14. 14. Arts and Science Instructor Director of Student affairs Biography for GLORIA HICKS Ms. Hicks has worked at ECPI University for approximately 15 years in several positions as an Instructor, Department Chair of CIS and Arts & Science, Associate Director of Education and Director of Student Affairs. She holds a Master of Science degree in Organizational Communication from NC State University with an emphasis on teaching and learning, and Bachelor’s degree from Campbell University in Specialized Business and Computer Technology. Ms. Hicks has over 30 years of experience in business and training. She worked in the corporate environment for three large corporations in a supervisory and management capacity for several years before coming to ECPI. She also is an entrepreneur, and has started three successful businesses. During her years of working in the private sector, Ms. Hicks interviewed and assisted in the hiring of hundreds of people. Ms. Hicks currently is Director of Student Affairs and teaches in the Arts & Science Department at ECPI. She has four children, a wonderful husband and a golden standard poodle named Raphi. Her main hobbies are music, poetry and reading. She teaches keyboarding and piano, and plays with a professional group of musicians during weekends. She has written, recorded and published several pieces of music, and wrote the music for her two daughters’weddings in recent years. Ms. Hicks’s main love is her ECPI students. Her passion is helping each and every one of them succeed academically in order to procure a successful career and future.
  15. 15. Install, configure, and support an organization's local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a network system. Cisco equipment and Extreme Networks is featured in our labs.
  16. 16. Department Head Biography for Michael Taylor I grew up in Kinston, NC and began learning in earnest when I was a paper carrier for the local newspaper. While folding newspapers to prepare them for being tossed from my super-fast 10 speed bicycle I would read the daily news, cover to cover…multitasking in the 60s. After High School I wanted to go where the sky is always blue and begged my way into the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Majoring in Business Administration, (because I disliked computers), I migrated from Accounting to Finance to Personnel looking for the right mix to make my life count for something. I did not figure it out for a while and wandered from sales job to sales job because that is what Business graduates do. I spent 15 years in healthcare sales and 5 years as a business owner and independent manufacturer‟s representative. Though lucrative, sales did not satisfy my need for feeling fabulous about my career life. A merger of two important factors led me to ECPI. I had been selling a medical software product that did not work and my boss fired me for undiplomatically suggesting we fix it. It was timely. I had already asked myself if my life would only be judged by having sold medical supplies and decided I had had enough of life on the road. My previous dislike of computers had been replaced by a slow necessary adoption of the aggravating gizmos. Encouraged by my frugal nature, I found that I could, with some effort, build and repair my own computer. That led me to study for and obtain an A+ certification. I worked for free to gain experience. Subsequently, I took a contract job at half my former pay to work full time. Though I was now poor with children in college, it was fun helping people with computer problems and even more fun teaching them how to use them. Teaching…hmm, now there is something that I could be happy doing. While serving as a Lab Supervisor for a global computer training company, an advertisement for an instructor at ECPI to teach A+ certification grabbed my attention. A few terms of teaching certification classes got me hooked. I was offered the chance to teach full time and subsequently completed my Master‟s degree from East Carolina University, concentrating on Network Administration/Security. Since that time, I have focused on Networking and the related Routing and Switching classes. Additionally, I have been a technical reviewer for the highly popular Cisco Networking Academy book series that has sold over a half million copies. I published articles on networking topics in online magazines. I have written several instructor guides, slide presentations, and question banks for Pearson Publishing for their A+, Network+, and Cisco products. My last authored work was a complete Network+ Simulator, which is offered at all major book outlets. In addition to „instructor‟ (my favorite role), I have been school class scheduling manager, department head for CIS(6 yrs.), and most recently Network Security Curriculum Chair/Associate Dean for all campuses. I am passionate about the curriculum role and am always driving the process to improve what we offer to our students to prepare them. Other important interests include my wife, 3 fabulous children, 5 amazing grandchildren, Boy Scout Committee Chairman and Sunday School teacher for 12 -14 year olds. BTW: One of my children is a graduate of ECPI, currently working at Tekelec.
  17. 17. Department Head Biography for Dr. Louay Karadsheh – CIS Dr. Louay Karadsheh has a Doctorate of Management in Information Technology from Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, MI. He is an instructor in Computer Information System department at ECPI University. His research interest includes Cloud Computing, Information Assurance, Knowledge Management and Risk Management. Dr. Karadsheh has published ten articles in refereed journals and international conference proceedings and has extensive knowledge in operating system, networking and security. Dr. Karadsheh has provided technical edits/reviews for several major publishing companies, including Pearson Education and Cengage Learning. He holds CASP, CCE, Security+, Network+, SCNP and A+.
  18. 18. CIS Instructor Biography for William Harding William Harding has taught at ECPI for 18 years and has served as an instructor, Network Administrator, Curriculum Developer, a Department Head, & as a Director of Education. He was one of the original instructors who came up with the idea for a AAS degree in Networking program at ECPI. He is currently redeveloping some of our current courses Network Security program and has contributed to the develop of the Cloud Engineering degree program for ECPI. He lead the original program for CCNA Cisco certification class at ECPI. He has taught at 2 ECPI Campuses (Roanoke & Raleigh). Mr. Harding has help most IT certification at one time or another (Certified Novell Administrator, Certified Novell Engineer, Microsoft Certified System Engineer, Cisco Certified Network Associate, & Comptia A+) Mr. Harding has taught all of the courses in the Network Security program. He specializes in the Windows & Linux Operating Systems, Active Directory, Exchange Email servers, Routers, SQL Database systems, Virtualization, Storage and Firewalls. Mr. Harding has helped in the development of ECPI‟s new vCastle (Virtualization, Cloud, and Storage Technology Learning Environment)Private Cloud platform using the NDG‟s NETLAB+ server to allow remote access to virtual machines for teaching operating systems programs worldwide 24/7. Students in this new environment can have access to their servers for practicing and completing labs from anywhere as long as they have a computer with a java enabled browser and an Internet connection.
  19. 19. CIS Instructor Biography for Marc Graustark Born New York City Formative years: Manhattan, Bronx, NY, New Rochelle (New York suburb) San Diego, CA Education American Academy of Dramatic Arts (Scholarship), New York City San Diego State, BA Speech Pathology University of Phoenix, MSCIS Work Nordstrom, San Diego, CA – Men‟s Sportswear Buyer Coleman College, La Mesa, CA – Instructor, Computer Electronics/Computer Networking (13yrs) Volunteer Work American Red Cross Food Bank ASPCA Sports/Hobbies Downhill Skiing Taekwondo (Black Belt) Goju Ryu Karate (2nd Degree Black Belt) Skydiving Tennis Scuba/Skin Diving Surfing Inline skating
  20. 20. • Systems Administrator • Network Administrator • Network Engineer • Information Technology Specialist (IT Specialist) • Local Area Network Administrator (LAN Administrator) • Information Technology Manager (IT Manager) • Information Technology Director (IT Director) • Systems Engineer • Network Manager • Network Specialist
  21. 21. National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Employment Statistics Survey State Data Source: North Carolina Wage Information United States Employment Percent Change Job Openings 1 2010 2020 Network and Computer Systems Administrators 347,200 443,800 +28% 15,530 North Carolina Employment Percent Change Job Openings 1 2010 2020 Network and Computer Systems Administrators 7,620 9,452 +24% 310 1Job Openings refers to the average annual job openings due to growth and net replacement. National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections State Data Source: The Employment Security Commission of North Carolina High is the wage at which 90% of workers earn less and 10% earn more. Middle is the wage at which 50% of workers earn less and 50% earn more. Low is the wage at which 10% of workers earn less and 90% earn more.
  22. 22. Jose M. – AS Network Security – 6/2012 Jose is a veteran of the USMC. While in the Marine Corp he served in a technical capacity, so we can thank our military for assisting him in his technical career along with instilling discipline and dedication. Jose completed an internship with a national staffing company whose HQ is in Raleigh. He was on the IT staff, and as he was nearing graduation, he got deployed in 2010. Nearly 2 years after his internship, Jose returned and completed his AS Degree. He was pursuing a 2nd internship just for the experience and was hired from that as a Technical Support Engineer with a local computer services company. Darrell G. – BS Network Security – 6/ 2012 Darrel served in the US Navy for more than 10 years and demonstrated leadership and management skills throughout his service. Following his military career, he worked in a couple customer service and technical support positions which drove his interest in coming to ECPI. Darrell was eager to put his education to work, and spent time with the CS team building his résumé and checking on available and appropriate positions. After many applications, and interviews, without landing a position, it would have been easy for Darrell to give up. Finally a great opportunity as a Help Desk Technician presented itself, and he is on track. Not without challenges in scheduling and learning the new technology, but he is demonstrating persistence and laying the ground work for his new career.
  23. 23. Lay out, build, test, troubleshoot, repair, and modify developmental and production of electronic components, parts, equipment, and systems.
  24. 24. Department Head Biography for Mr. Gardner I have over thirty (30) years experience in product development, product management, product marketing, project/program management and systems engineering with major new product line introductions in: wireless portable communications products, large screen video displays, broadcast and professional video products, cellular mobile telephones, and electrical load management systems. I‟m currently the Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) Program Department Head here at ECPI University‟s Raleigh campus. I am responsible for developing and coordinating EET academic programs, faculty development, student retention and academic advising for all EET students. In addition, I have taught all core EET courses required by every EET students, as well as several of the higher level B.S. degree courses. Prior to joining ECPI, I was Director of Product Marketing for Software Concepts, Inc. (SCI). I was involved in product marketing of the company‟s cellular telephone-based products and service offerings. I was also responsible for the product marketing activities of Pagetek, Inc., a subsidiary company of SCI that was involved in the paging industry. Prior to my involvement with SCI, I was the Director of Large Screen Video Display Systems for Panasonic Company. I was involved in the company‟s large screen video display business since 1995, directing various activities in systems engineering, product development, and operations. In addition, I had been with Panasonic for eighteen (18) years, holding various engineering, market/business development, and product development/product management positions in such diverse industries as audio/video communications systems, television broadcast, professional video and cellular mobile telephones. Prior to joining Panasonic, I was a Senior Application Engineer for the General Electric Company (GE), working in electrical load management systems for the electric utility industry. In addition, I held several engineering positions in GE‟s wireless mobile communication systems business for the business/industrial and public safety industries. I graduated from North Carolina State University with a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering where I concentrated my studies on electromagnetic field theory. I then attended Virginia Tech where I graduated with a M.S. degree in Engineering, this time concentrating in communications and control theory.
  25. 25. Department Head Biography for Lynn Erla Beegle Lynn Erla Beegle was hired by ECPI in 2002 (!) as a part-time A+ and Network+ instructor for the night college and the Continuing Education program. She has worked fulltime for ECPI since 2007, teaching both night and day students. Ms. Beegle‟s major courses are CIS106, EET250, and EET251; she also teaches CIS102, CIS150, CIS245 and IST120. Most of the students she works with are EE and NS majors, but she interacts with CJ and MA as well. Prior to ECPI, Ms. Beegle lived in Long Island, New York, where she worked as a Computer Analyst for EDS in the 1980s, then as a science and computer teacher for several private and public schools throughout the 1990s. She earned a Masters in Education from Long Island University in 1989. Like many of you, Ms. Beegle decided to change careers! She earned a Network Administrator diploma from The Chubb Institute in Westbury New York in 2001. Ms. Beegle is also CompTia A+ and Network+ certified and a Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator. She then earned a Masters Degree in Information Technology, Computer Networking Management, from ECU in 2008 while working fulltime at ECPI. Ms. Beegle donates her time to many community projects. She volunteers for the Kramden Institute in Durham (where volunteers rebuild computers and donate them to children in need during "Geekathons"). She serves once a month at the Wake Relief Food Pantry in Raleigh, helping those in need receive a week's worth of groceries (through Wake County Health Services). Ms. Beegle also leads many nature walks and other science programs throughout Wake County as a volunteer for the Wake Audubon Society. She enjoys gardening and her native plants attract plenty of wildlife to her backyard in Raleigh. Ms. Beegle invites you to get involved in ECPI University's community projects, including Adopt-A- Highway, USO events, and the American Cancer Society's "Relay For Life", and to get to know the other students at ECPI.
  26. 26. EET Faculty Biography for NGEE (NEE) CHENG Professional with technical, interpersonal, and leadership skills, utilized in design, verification and test environments. Skilled in different technologies and functions including: System Verilog design, synthesis and Object Oriented verification of ASIC‟s and FPGA‟s (Altera/Xilinx/Actel), UVM, Telephony, Metropolitan Network/FDDI, Network Design using SONET, C/C++, Perl, Intel Assembler, Unix/Linux/PC design environments , designs for AMBA PCI, ARM and Intel processor interfaces. CORE COMPETENCIES Core Competencies: College Teaching • UVM • System Verilog Design • System Verilog Object Oriented Verification • Verilog/VHDL • ASIC/FPGA • DSP • Matlab • Quartus • Altium ML Spice Digital Filters • SONET • • Perl/C/C++ • US Citizen Advanced Intelligent Network • Integrated Circuits • Electrical Engineer Assembly/Perl Programming • College Engineering Teaching Experience WORK EXPERIENCE 2010-current ECPI College of Technology Electrical/Electronics Instructor - Teaching courses in Digital Logic using Altera Quartus, Digital Communications, Microcontrollers and Assembly Programming, including classes in Comptia A+ Certification, including PCIe and Ethernet I/F 2008-2009 SDI CORPORATION, Design Engineer, Designed Audio/Video Transceivers, Digital Filters using Quartus and Verilog into Altera FPGA, Mic-Array Beamforming (MATLAB), analog circuit design and analysis using ML Spice. 1997-2001 (Contractor) Tekelec ASIC, FPGA, SYS. ENGINEER and TELECOM CONTRACTOR PCB design of STP backplane, programming EEPROM via JTAG using C LUCENT - Systems Engineering (Telecom) to implement Advanced Intelligent Network (Lucent). ALCATEL - Design ASIC (Verilog) to implement part of the SONET physical layer data stream for Optical Digital Cross Connect (DCCX) as well as the optical backplane of the DCCX which contained 14 separate system boards (Alcatel). NECOCTAVE - Developed AMBA PCI interface to ARM processor and IPSEC ASIC IBM – Engineer/Scientist, ASIC/FPGA/DSP/Communications Network Design/Sigma-Delta Codec (1982-1997)
  27. 27. • Electronics Technician • Engineering Technician • Electronics Engineering Technician • Test Technician • Technician • Refurbish Technician (Refurb Tech) • Electrical Technician • Electronics Test Technician • Engineering Aide • Failure Analysis Technician (FA Technician)
  28. 28. National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Survey State Data Source: North Carolina Wage Information United States Employment Percent Change Job Openings 1 2010 2020 Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technicians 151,100 154,000 +2% 3,180 North Carolina Employment Percent Change Job Openings 1 2010 2020 Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technicians 3,250 3,425 +5% 80 1Job Openings refers to the average annual job openings due to growth and net replacement. Occupation Trends FAQs National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections State Data Source: The Employment Security Commission of North Carolina High is the wage at which 90% of workers earn less and 10% earn more. Middle is the wage at which 50% of workers earn less and 50% earn more. Low is the wage at which 10% of workers earn less and 90% earn more.
  29. 29. Barry J – BS EET – May 2011 Barry had Service Management experience prior to ECPI and worked as a machine operator and manufacturing technician while in school. He was promised promotions by his employer with his BS Degree from ECPI, although over time that did not materialize. He did not engage with CS team much while in school and immediately following graduation. It was almost a year after graduation when his promotion was clearly not being offered that he finally contacted us. THEN we had résumé, interview, and salary negotiation conversations to assist with his job hunt. He found 2 exciting opportunities and Barry was flown to NY (near where family lived) and actually interviewed and was offered both positions. We discussed the pros/cons of the positions and he accepted one. Friday we received the following EM: Hi Alan! I just wanted to take a minute and fill you in on how my new job is going in New York. After just a few short months of on the job training, ASML sent me to Taiwan for a week to train and have now asked me to be one of two project leads for our new EUV machine. The company is flying me and my family to Veldhoven, The Netherlands for 7 months to train for my new title as "Machine Father". I just wanted to thank you for investing your time with me in helping me get prepared for my interviews. My life is completely different today than it was 1 year ago, and I couldn't be happier! My flight leaves for Europe tomorrow, so I need to go pack. I just wanted to take a quick moment out of my busy schedule to say "Thank you!" Sincerely, Barry J. Brandon H. – AS / BS EET – 5/2012 Brandon had very little work experience prior to ECPI. He was not a top student, completing his program with a low B average. In addition to the electronics education, he worked on his interpersonal communication skills. Brandon also spent extra time in the classroom when having trouble understanding concepts. He made himself well known to the CS team, due to his strong desire to land a curriculum related position. Midway through his AS Degree, an entry level opportunity came up with a major technology company. It was 3rd shift, and fairly routine work, but it represented a foot in the door. Upon graduation from his BS degree, Brandon transitions to a FT Electronics Technician.
  30. 30. The system of law enforcement, the bar, the judiciary, corrections, and probation that is directly involved in the apprehension, prosecution, defense, sentenci ng, incarceration, and supervision of those suspected of or charged with criminal offenses.
  31. 31. Department Head Biography for Charles Craven Charles K. “Chuck” Craven has been associated with the field of criminal justice in college level instruction and direct employment capacities since 1981. Craven has worked with all facets of the criminal justice system as a court liaison, counselor, supervisor, coordinator, trainer, grievance examiner, analyst, and/or consultant for prisons, jails, and sheriffs’ departments throughout the Carolinas. During this 32 year period Craven has also continuously taught at the college level, having served as an instructor/professor of justice, psychology, and/or sociology at 11 schools. Educational History Doctor of Philosophy* (Criminal Justice) *pending Capella University Doctor of Philosophy* (Policy Analysis) *ABD at NC State University Master of Science (Criminal Justice/Administration) UNC at Charlotte Master of Science (Sociology/Administration) NC State University Bachelor of Arts (Psychology/Sociology) UNC at Chapel Hill Teaching History ECPI University Strayer University Wesleyan College Campbell University Vance-Granville Community College Central Carolina Community College Wilson Community College Johnston Community College Wake Community College Durham Community College Richmond Community College Professional History Criminal Justice Department Head for ECPI University (Raleigh) Professor of Criminal Justice & Sociology at Strayer University Professor of Criminal Justice & Sociology at Wesleyan College Instructor of Criminal Justice & Sociology at Durham Community College Assistant Professor of Justice Studies for NC Wesleyan College Senior Research Analyst for NC Department of Correction/ Prisons Criminal Justice Policy & Planning Analyst for NC Governor's Office Criminal Justice Consultant (NC Sheriffs' Departments) Sedgwick, Inc. Inmate Grievance Examiner (NC Prison System) NC Secretary of Correction Training Coordinator for Inmate Programs for NC Department of Correction Probation/Parole Officer (Certified) for NC Department of Correction Work-Release Coordinator for Inmates NC Department of Correction Rehabilitation Counselor/Instructor of Inmates NC Division of Prisons
  32. 32. • Special Agent • Detective • Investigator • Criminal Investigator • Detective Sergeant Agent • Master Police Detective • Narcotics Detective • Police Detective • FBI Special Agent (Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent)
  33. 33. National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Survey State Data Source: North Carolina Wage Information United States Employment Percent Change Job Openings 1 2010 2020 Detectives and Criminal Investigators 119,400 122,900 +3% 3,010 North Carolina Employment Percent Change Job Openings 1 2010 2020 Detectives and Criminal Investigators 3,717 4,178 +12% 130 1Job Openings refers to the average annual job openings due to growth and net replacement. National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections State Data Source: The Employment Security Commission of North Carolina High is the wage at which 90% of workers earn less and 10% earn more. Middle is the wage at which 50% of workers earn less and 50% earn more. Low is the wage at which 10% of workers earn less and 90% earn more.
  34. 34. Lori H. – BS CJ – 9/2012 Lori graduated from our Criminal Justice program and nearly stepped into her County Security position right away. Like many ECPI students, Lori met her employer at an event on campus, either a Career Fair or in her case a guest speaker who attended one of her classes. After the presentation, we arranged for her to speak with the guest for advice and guidance in applying for positions with his organization. One thing led to another, and after a formal application, interview and background check, Lori started her Criminal Justice career. This is not her dream position, but she sees how her first step in the door leads to new opportunities that will open for her down the road. Roberto C. – BS CJ – 6/2012 Roberto landed a position with a local security company while still enrolled at ECPI. Again, as a result of a career fair introduction, the opportunity seemed perfect. Hours were flexible around school, and upon graduation he received full time hours, a raise. Roberto is poised for additional responsibilities and has been with his company for more than a year.
  35. 35. Department Head Biography for Christina Harrelson I am currently the director of the practical nursing program at ECPI University in Raleigh. I have been working as an adjunct with WSSU since Jan. 2012. I also taught for the PN nursing program at Central Carolina Community College for four years.. Prior to this, I was a Staff Nurse III at Wake Med in the Cardiovascular Thoracic Surgical Intermediate Care unit. I believe that quality healthcare is a right that all people deserve. As a nursing educator, I hope to instruct future nurses with the highest integrity and knowledge that I can bestow on my current and future students. Nursing is a wonderful and dynamic profession. I am proud to be a part of its future. I received my ADN from Wake Technical Community College in 1999. In 2007, I completed my BSN from the University of Phoenix an in 2010 I completed my MSN/MBA from University of Phoenix. In July of 2012, I completed a post-graduate geriatric nurse practitioner program from Duke University. I look forward to this new year and the learning opportunities awaiting the new group of students. Christina Harrelson, GNP-BC, MSN/MBA PN Director of Nursing
  36. 36. PN Instructor Biography for VICKI HARRIS RN with greater than 30 years of varied experience including acute care, home care, rehab, education, long-term care, insurance, and case management. Case management roles have been in insurance, home care, and long-term care. Education roles have been in home care, long-term care, LPN program, Associate Degree program and Certified Nursing Assistant program. Licenses RN – North Carolina, license # 075917, renewal 10/2013 BLS – renewal 6/2014 NCDL – license # 3834937, renewal 10/2016 ADJUNCT FACULTY October 2012 to current Wake Technical Community College – Raleigh, NC •Teach didactic and clinical for Nursing Assistant I program as needed 3-4 days/week ADJUNCT FACULTY November 2012 to current ECPI University – Raleigh, NC •Part-time instructor for accelerated LPN program with 5 week terms. •Teach didactic and / or clinical as needed – 18-24 hrs/wk NURSE CASE MANAGER / FACILITY EDUCATOR December 2011 to September 2012 Blue Ridge Health Care Center - Raleigh, N C •Oversaw all managed care and managed Medicare product members while in Long-term care facility •Provided clinical updates to Utilization Review Nurse for insurance companies for continued stay authorization •Met with patients/families for care plans, set up discharge plans •Transitioned to Facility Educator June 2012 and responsible for staff education to meet federal and state regulatory and clinical competency
  37. 37. • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) • Charge Nurse • Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) • Clinic Licensed Practical Nurse (CLINIC LPN) • Pediatric Licensed Practical Nurse (PEDIATRIC LPN) • Clinic Nurse • Office Nurse • Private Duty Nurse • Triage Licensed Practical Nurse (TRIAGE LPN)
  38. 38. National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Survey State Data Source: North Carolina Wage Information United States Employment Percent Change Job Openings 1 2010 2020 Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 752,300 920,800 +22% 36,920 North Carolina Employment Percent Change Job Openings 1 2010 2020 Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 17,572 19,235 +10% 640 1Job Openings refers to the average annual job openings due to growth and net replacement. National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections State Data Source: The Employment Security Commission of North Carolina High is the wage at which 90% of workers earn less and 10% earn more. Middle is the wage at which 50% of workers earn less and 50% earn more. Low is the wage at which 10% of workers earn less and 90% earn more.
  39. 39. JW – 8/2012 JW had 2 years of billing and coding experience AND 4 years of CNA experience when she enrolled at ECPI for our PN program. Like all ECPI students she progressed through a rigorous practical nursing experience and in her case, her on-site education included working in the following environments: Mental Health, Skilled Nursing, and Rehab. While her grades were not top of the class, she applied her education in a practical setting and utilized her hands on knowledge and interpersonal skills to her advantage. She applied to some of her practical sites and too many other facilities as well. She worked closely with CS team and was responsive to leads provided and communicated regularly about her search progress. She landed a great PN position within 60 days of graduation, which is fantastic considering the process included taking and passing the national exam and receiving licensure from the state of NC. TU – 5/2012 TU came to ECPI with a variety of experiences, including managing a transportation company and med tech/ CNA for a little over 3 years. Her clinical rotation was the same as JW above, except it included a rotation working with patients with developmental disabilities. Through many résumé and application submittals, TU landed a great job at a Rehab facility.
  40. 40. Health Science Department Chair for Medical Administration and Medical Assisting. Bio for MR. TRAVIS BUTLER I was born and raised in Greenwood, South Carolina with a very close family. During high school my brother and I race dirt track stock cars on the week end and thus started my love for racing. My family and I have attended numerous races and I have had the opportunity to meet several NASCAR drivers. After graduation I entered the military in 1992. While on active duty I was a medic in the 1st Battalion 21st Infantry Regiment (Gimlets), as a part of the 25th Infantry Division. During my time in the military I was able to travel to South Korea, Washington state and Fort Polk Louisiana. In 1994 I was deployed to Haiti as a part of Operation Uphold Democracy. During my time in Haiti I was a member of the United Nations while supporting the mission in Haiti. During this time I was able to earn the Expert Field Medical Badge, it is the highest honor for any medic to receive. After my time on active duty I spent 5 years in the reserves at Fort Gordon, Georgia. I was able to gain experience working on the general surgical ward, in the emergency room and at a troop medical clinic. During my time in the reserves I enrolled at Lander University in Greenwood South Carolina. In 2002 I graduated from Lander with a Bachelors degree in Healthcare Administration. Before coming to ECPI I spent time as a counselor at an outdoor treatment facility for troubled teens in Pittsboro NC. On the weekends I enjoy working around the house and playing golf. Office Hours Monday –Thursday 1:00 – 3:00 and 4:00 – 5:30* *(subject to move due to class load for the term)
  41. 41. Department Head Biography for Jennifer K. Thomason, MSN, RN I was born in Los Angeles, California, and spent my elementary school years there. By junior high, my parents moved to Nashville, Tennessee. I was fortunate enough to be accepted into the BSN program at Western Kentucky University, and begin my training right out of high school. The summer before my last year, I married my college sweetheart. By my first wedding anniversary I was pregnant with my first son, and I had just graduated from the BSN program at WKU. I passed my NCLEX-RN in Tennessee, but soon moved to Charlotte, North Carolina. I stayed home with my son for 9 months before returning to work. I was with the county health department, working in the community OB/GYN and pediatric clinics. I moved into a position as the Patient Educator for Carolinas Healthcare System / Ambulatory Services. My position was funded through a High-risk OB grant, so I was based in the main clinic. During that time, I was part of a process improvement committee that was in progress. As a result, I was one of the 4 selected to present our work to the Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations when they visited. I left that organization when we moved to Raleigh, North Carolina. I worked for a surgeon in her office, and enjoyed assisting her in the operating room as well. When her partner retired, I left for a position as a Nurse Case Manager at IBM. I enjoyed being there for a couple of years, but left to have my second son. A couple of years later I started working at Duke Children‟s Consultative Services, and began graduate school through the University of Phoenix Online. I realized that the nursing shortage is partially due to a shortage of instructors. Teaching had always been my favorite part of the job, so I decided to pursue a teaching position at the university level following graduation. My nurse manager at Duke advised me to check out ECPI. My telephone call with the DON went well, and I came in for an interview. I enjoyed working in the Practical Nursing Diploma program for a couple of years, but found the schedule incompatible with motherhood. I was blessed to take a position in the Medical Program. I have been working in that department for 4 years. I have also been accompanying our High School Presenter to the local high schools and performing demonstrations. The students love to watch me draw fake blood for the artificial arm, and jump at the chance to try under my direct supervision. When the Medical Club needed a faculty sponsor, I volunteered. We have helped wrap gifts with the marines for Toys for Tots, and raised money for cancer research. I love my career!
  42. 42. Medical Assisting Faculty Biography for GEORGE CUMMINGS I graduated from Lamar State College of Technology with a BS in Biology and entered the US Army during the Viet Nam Conflict. I was trained by the Army as a Combat Field Medic and as a Medical Technologist. While in the Army I received my civilian certification as a MT (ASCP), by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists and spent an additional four years in the Army working in hospital laboratories. Upon an honorable separation I went to Texas Christian University to get my Masters in Medical Technology, Laboratory Education Option and managed the Hematology Department at the Tarrant County Hospital District in Fort Worth, Texas, where I was involved in teaching new medical technologists along with my regular supervisory responsibilities. I then entered a career in industry in sales and technical support with Organon Teknika Corporation, where I travelled all over the country and abroad demonstrating, training, performing general maintenance and quality control for our line of HIV diagnostic products. I did this for 24 years, retired, and then entered my passion of teaching full time at ECPI University in the Medical Assistant program.
  43. 43. Amieis a 2012 Medical Assisting graduate who has 2 teenage boys at home. Being an ECPI student during the day gave her the flexibility she needed to home school her sons while furthering her own education. She was concerned that upon graduation, she would not be able to find a job that allowed her the same flexibility for her family obligations. Just as she was about to give up on her search for the perfect part-time job, the ideal opportunity presented itself. Career Services hosted an employer on campus to conduct interviews and Amie was nervous, but did great! She was chosen to have a second “working interview” in the physician‟s office and after making a great impression with her clinical skills and understanding, she was offered the position! She started 2 weeks before Christmas and feels she is truly in the perfect place for her! Laurawas a Medical Assisting graduate who was driven to succeed from the time she began school at ECPI. She was working hard at school while working a full time retail job in addition to having a family. Laura had an excellent work ethic that made a great impression on everyone – including the urgent care office where she did her internship. She did such a great job that they offered her a position as she about to complete her training hours, but there was only one problem – the pay was NOT GOOD. Laura accepted the position anyway since she really felt like she needed a job. It was also a 5 minute walk from her home and across the road from her second job. A few months passed, but we knew Laura was not happy in her new position. While we truly believe every graduate should keep their 1st job for a minimum of 1 year after graduation – this was a special case. After a few conversations, we came up with a plan to get Laura a new job with MUCH better pay. Career Services introduced Laura to different Urgent care that loved her and offered her a job right away – and the pay was $4.00 more an hour – she was able to quit her second job, have more time with her family and LOVES her new position. We all knew Laura was worth way more than she was being paid, it was our job to help her reach her potential…
  44. 44. • Medical Assistant • Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) • Doctor's Assistant • Medical Office Assistant • Optometric Assistant • Clinical Assistant • Ophthalmic Technician • Optometric Technician • Outpatient Surgery Assistant
  45. 45. National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Survey State Data Source: North Carolina Wage Information United States Employment Percent Change Job Openings 1 2010 2020 Medical Assistants 527,600 690,400 +31% 24,380 North Carolina Employment Percent Change Job Openings 1 2010 2020 Medical Assistants 13,147 15,923 +21% 480 National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections State Data Source: The Employment Security Commission of North Carolina High is the wage at which 90% of workers earn less and 10% earn more. Middle is the wage at which 50% of workers earn less and 50% earn more. Low is the wage at which 10% of workers earn less and 90% earn more.
  46. 46. National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Survey State Data Source: North Carolina Wage Information United States Employment Percent Change Job Openings 1 2010 2020 Medical Records and Health Information Technicians 179,500 217,300 +21% 7,370 North Carolina Employment Percent Change Job Openings 1 2010 2020 Medical Records and Health Information Technicians 5,493 6,227 +13% 180 National Data Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections State Data Source: The Employment Security Commission of North Carolina High is the wage at which 90% of workers earn less and 10% earn more. Middle is the wage at which 50% of workers earn less and 50% earn more. Low is the wage at which 10% of workers earn less and 90% earn more.
  47. 47. • Medical Records Clerk • Health Information Clerk • Medical Records Technician • Office Manager • File Clerk • Medical Records Coordinator • Medical Records Analyst • Medical Records Director • Receptionist • Coder
  48. 48. Certifications are not required for completion of this program; however, ECPI encourages student to obtain all appropriate certifications to increase potential job opportunities. IT/EET Certifications • Fiber Optics Technician (FOT) • A+ Certification • Network+ Certification • Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) • MOS - Microsoft Office Specialist • CCNA – Cisco Certified Network Associate • CIW-Certified Internet Web Professional Medical Certifications • CMA- Certified Medical Assistant • NCLEX-PN – Practical Nursing National Council of Licensure Examination-PN • CPT – Certified Phlebotomy Assistant • EHRS – Electronic Health Record Specialist • CST - Certified Surgical Technologist • CET – Certified Electrocardiography Technician • CBCS – Certified Medical Billing/Coding Specialist. *Licensing/Certification Exam Fees, per exam, first attempt only (technical programs) $15.00 *Alumni Cost $20.00 Test Center Many ECPI campuses provide a Pearson VUE and Prometric IT global test center in the Library. Some test centers also provide other academic exams, such as CLEP tests. Students are eligible for discounts from an approved list of certification exams with their academic advisor‟s approval. Test center hours vary at each campus. Academic Partnerships ECPI University is an approved CISCO Networking Academy (select locations) ECPI University is an approved Citrix IT Academy which allows ECPI to offer Citrix training that prepares students for certification as part of the ECPI curriculum. ECPI University is a VMware IT Academy and is authorized to teach approved VMware IT Academy curriculum. ECPI University is a member of the EMC Academic Alliance which offers colleges and universities around the globe unique „open‟ curriculum-based education that prepares graduates to fully leverage enhanced and emerging technologies in virtualized cloud environments.
  49. 49.  “I loved the quick pace of ECPI.” Frankie D – 2012 graduate of Criminal Justice  “The hands on experience was second to none.” Timothy C – 2013 graduate of Network Security  “The faculty is extremely knowledgeable and approachable. A great experience” Adam E. 2012 2013 graduate of Electronic Engineering Technology.  “Hands on experience made learning easy” Lee-Ann M. 2013 graduate of Medical Administration  “I would strongly recommend ECPI to friends and family. A great University” Tanisha S. – 2013 graduate of Medical Administration  “Hands on method of teaching was awesome” Natasha L – 2013 graduate of Medical Assisting  “A quality education in an accelerated time frame… ECPI was perfect for me.” Therron T. – 2012 graduate of Licensed Practical Nursing
  50. 50. One of the most important areas considered when anyone pursues avenues in higher education is whether or not jobs will be available when the course studies have been completed. One of the key elements to running a company successfully is to be able to obtain the most qualified applicants, and retain them as dedicated employees. When both areas are achieved it is a win-win for all concerned. Through the dedicated efforts of Brenda Dannenburg and the staff at ECPI, our affiliation has been more extremely successful in satisfying the best of both worlds. The connection enables ECPI graduates to enter a nursing career in the home care environment and for I Am Unique to hire the best qualified candidates. Thank you ECPI. We look forward to many years of a flourishing partnership. Janet L. Campbell - I Am Unique Special Care & Case Management Administrator “We have worked together for nearly 10 years and hired approximately 30 graduates directly or through contact basis. We have been an active member of the advisory board meetings and career fairs which benefit both ECPI and EMC2 by sharing resources and information.” Mike Stanley, EMC2 Senior Manager of Worldwide Lab Operations Unified Storage Division
  51. 51. AAS Med. Assisting NC 201205 Medical Assistant Wendell Medical Center AAS Medical Administration Administrative Assistant First Step Services AAS Medical Administration Clinical Secretary WakeMed Urology Knightdale AAS Medical Administration Patient Service Associate Durham OB-GYN AAS Medical Administration Medical Secretary VA Medical Center AAS Medical Administration Medical Billing Clerk Johnston Counseling Services AAS Medical Administration Opthalmology Technolgist Optometric Eye Care Center AAS Medical Administration Medical Office Assistant Landmark Urology AAS Medical Administration Medical Office Assistant Landmark Urology AAS Medical Administration Medical Office Administrator First Step Services AAS Medical Administration Front Desk Coordinator Carolina Conceptions AAS Medical Administration Patient Services Associate Duke Health Center (Roxboro) AAS Medical Administration Medical Administration/Billing Assistant Raleigh Orthopaedic AAS Medical Administration Medical Data Collections Specialist Aerotek AAS Medical Assist Medical Assistant Warren Beckford Medical Center AAS Medical Assisting Certified Medical Assistant Duke South, Clinic 2J AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Growing Child Pediatrics AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant FastMed of Fuquay AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Stepping Stones Pediatrics AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Family Dermatology AAS Medical Assisting Specimen Assesor LabCorp AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Lincoln Community Health Center AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Essex Pediatrics AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assisitant Duke Orthopaedics of Raleigh AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant FastMed of Cary at Ten Ten Rd. AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Eastern Carolina Medical Center AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant FastMed of Cary at Ten Ten Rd. AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Carolina Gynecology AAS Medical Assisting Certified Medical Assistant Duke - Durham Pediatrics AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Coordinator eCast Corporation AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant North Hills Integrative Medicine AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Duke Family Medicine Center AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Choices Weight Management, Inc AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant FastMed of Wake Forest AAS Medical Assisting Certified Medical Assistant Raleigh Cardiology Associates, PA AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Raleigh Cardiology Associates, PA AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Raleigh Cardiology Associates, PA AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant FastMed of Cary at Ten Ten Rd. AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Coordinator eCast Corporation
  52. 52. AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Arcpoint Labs AAS Medical Assisting Certified Medical Assistant NC Arthritis & Allergy Care Center AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Durham OB-GYN AAS Medical Assisting EKG Technician Duke University Hospital AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Garner Family Practice AAS Medical Assisting Phlebotomist Rex Healthcare AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant NC Arthritis & Allergy Care Center AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Regional Dermatology AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant New Bern Ridge Pediatrics AAS Medical Assisting Medical Data Collections Specialist Aerotek AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Alliance Medical Ministry AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Triangle Family Medicine AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Carolina Express Care AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant FastMed of Raleigh AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant FastMed of Clayton AAS Medical Assisting Certified Medical Assistant FastMed of Clayton AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant FastMed of Wake Forest AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant FastMed of Durham AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant US Oncology/Cancer Centers of NC AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Comprehensive Family Medicine AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Duke Orthopedics at Page Rd AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Jeffers Mann & Artman Pediatrics AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Jeffers Mann & Artman Pediatrics AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Four County Primary Care AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Village Pediatrics AAS Medical Assisting Medical Receptionist Harmony Animal Hospital AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Eye Care Associates AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Wake Family Medicine AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Choices Weight Management, Inc AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Dr. Kurt Vernon AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Jeffers Mann & Artman Pediatrics AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Choices Weight Management, Inc AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant FastMed of Clayton AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant FastMed of Durham AAS Medical Assisting Pharmacy Support Representative ACS Affiliated Computer Services AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant FastMed of Cary at Ten Ten Rd. AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Medi-Weight Loss Clinic AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Kids First Pediatrics AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Rock Quarry Rd. Family Medicine AAS Medical Assisting Medical Assistant FastMed of Durham
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