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Bachelor of Science in Accounting

(Note: No new students being accepted at this time)




Applied Science

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Business Administration (Bachelors)

The Bachelor of Business Administration program is designed to enable students to work effectively in today’s complex business environment. The program includes, but is not limited to, courses in management theory, marketing, finance, computer information systems, economics and accounting. Designed to provide an effective balance of theory and practical experiences, the program promotes a complementary relationship between job skills and classroom applications. Skill development in the areas of decision making, business communications, and quantitative analysis are emphasized.




Business Administration (Masters)

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree is designed to develop and enhance the management and analytical skills necessary to work in public and private industry. The program concentrates on the functional areas of business. All courses in the MBA program are designed to recognize the global impact on business and industry.

The curriculum is structured sequentially, with participants taking one course at a time. The MBA program requires the completion of a 40-credit core curriculum. All courses consist of weekly four-hour class meetings.




Center for Advanced Film Manufacturing




Certificate Program: Literacy & Culture / Reading Specialist Endorsement

For more information, visit the Longwood website.




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Master's Degree in Counseling (M.S. Ed.)

  • A master's degree in counseling will be available with two specializations:  School Counseling andMental Health Counseling.
  • The school counseling specialization will require 60 graduate credits and the mental health counseling program will require 60 credits.
  • Graduates of the school counseling specialization will be eligible to be licensed as school counselors (K-12) in Virginia.
  • Graduates of the mental health counseling specialization will have completed all coursework required to become licensed as a Professional Counselor (LPC) in Virginia and can begin their two years of supervised experience required to become an LPC upon graduation from the program.
  • The degree programs will be designed for part-time students who will take two courses each semester.  The school counseling specialization may be completed in 10 consecutive semesters (including summers) and the mental health counseling specialization may be completed in 10 semesters (including summers).  Both specializations require a 100-hour practicum that will be completed in an approved school or mental health agency setting.  A 600-hour internship is required in schools for school counseling specialization students or in mental health agencies for mental health counseling students.  The internship must be completed 20 hours a week for 2 semesters or 40 hours per week for one semester.  The practicum and internship must be completed at the end of the degree program.
  • All courses in the program must be completed at the NCI campus in Martinsville and will be offered in a two or four weekend format.
  • Graduate students who have not been admitted to the master's degree program may take up to 12 credits as an Old Dominion University  non-degree graduate student prior to being admitted.  In the event students are later admitted to the master's degree program, the 12 credits completed will be applied to the degree program.  Taking and completing courses as a non-degree graduate student does not guarantee admission to the program.  Courses available to non-degree students are restricted to COUN 601, COUN 633, COUN 635, and COUN 650.  Students who wish to take graduate courses as a non-degree graduate student should apply to ODU online and should indicate they are NOT applying for a degree program.  Once admitted, non-degree graduate students may register online for the four courses that are listed above.

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Counselor Education

Copy/paste this link to fill out the "Intent to Enroll" form to officially express interest in this program: https://goo.gl/6Vv8hf 




Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

**Currently not accepting new students to this program.**

 

The VCU Criminal Justice program offered at NCI is a transfer program.  Admission into the program at NCI requires that students have a two-year degree prior to acceptance into the program.




Master’s Degree: Education (Concentration in Algebra and Middle School Mathematics)

Algebra and Middle School Mathematics




Master of Education: Curriculum and Instruction

The Master of Education (MEd) is designed for the classroom teacher to strengthen his/her understanding of the teaching/learning process. In an effort to provide a strong theoretical base, a series of required core courses examine philosophical, psychological, and research-oriented issues. The MEd program provides both theoretical and practical experiences for teachers who wish to become leaders in their profession.




Master of Science in Education: Content Area Studies (Mathematics Education)

This master's program in mathematics education is a 36-hour program for:

  • licensed secondary Mathematics teachers, OR
  • students with an undergraduate degree in a mathematics education licensure program, OR
  • prospective college/university mathematics instructors

The program enhances secondary mathematics teachers' knowledge for teaching while providing the mathematical content preparation required for teaching at a two or four-year college.  An add-on licensure option is available for individuals also seeking licensure.




Educational Leadership

The Educational Leadership Master’s Degree and Educational Leadership Certificate Program are designed to prepare candidates to assume leadership positions in both school and district offices. The organizing theme for the program is the school/district administrator's central role as the interpreter, facilitator, and initiator of educational change leading to effective schools for all children. The educational leaders must understand and interpret changes to assure the safety and operation of schools. In the role of facilitator, the administrator must effectively implement programs mandated by the school board and support positive changes suggested by students, staff, or parents. Finally, as the initiator of change, the administrator must lead the process of continuous school improvement. The JMU Educational Leadership program prepares you to be this leader.

The Educational Leadership Certificate Program is designed for students who already have a Master’s Degree and desire to add the Virginia Endorsement in K-12 School Administration to their Teaching Certificate. 




Educational Leadership Certificate

The Educational Leadership Master’s Degree and Educational Leadership Certificate Program are designed to prepare candidates to assume leadership positions in both school and district offices. The organizing theme for the program is the school/district administrator's central role as the interpreter, facilitator, and initiator of educational change leading to effective schools for all children. The educational leaders must understand and interpret changes to assure the safety and operation of schools. In the role of facilitator, the administrator must effectively implement programs mandated by the school board and support positive changes suggested by students, staff, or parents. Finally, as the initiator of change, the administrator must lead the process of continuous school improvement. The JMU Educational Leadership program prepares you to be this leader.

The Educational Leadership Certificate Program is designed for students who already have a Master’s Degree and desire to add the Virginia Endorsement in K-12 School Administration to their Teaching Certificate. 




Elementary Education PreK - 6 Licensure

Liberal Studies is an interdisciplinary program developed specifically to prepare students to teach in the elementary grades (K-6). The major in Liberal Studies provides a solid background in the main content areas taught in elementary schools: the social sciences, language arts, mathematics, and the sciences. 

Faculty from a variety of Arts and Sciences disciplines have worked with faculty from the College of Education and Human Services to design the program and coordinate it with the sequence of education courses leading to elementary (K-6) endorsement. The program provides a rich background to the Standards of Learning taught in Virginia schools. It is also designed to develop broadly informed individuals who understand contemporary issues and will provide civic and professional leadership.




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Individualized Studies

The Adult Degree Program is designed for you — a working adult who wants to earn a bachelor’s degree. JMU’s Adult Degree Program is completely online and can be customized to help meet your career goals. Through this program you will:

  • Create an individualized degree program
  • Access career resources and career decision-making skills
  • Document experiential learning, so you may receive credit for your work and past experiences

Online classes, portfolios of prior learning experience, CLEP exams, and Independent Study classes are all options that help you finish your degree in a timely fashion. Not to mention, you can fit your education into a schedule that includes work, family, and social obligations.




Library Media PreK-12

Virginia's Standards of Quality  require that every school in Virginia with a student enrollment of 300 or greater have a full-time certified school librarian.  Have you had difficulty recently filling open school librarian positions?  Do you anticipate having openings within the next few years and no ready pool of qualified candidates? 

 

Longwood University is partnering with the New College Institute in Martinsville to offer its School Librarianship graduate program on-site in Martinsville. Courses are taught by full-time Longwood faculty in hybrid format, meeting one to five Saturdays across the semester with the remainder of work for the course completed online. Longwood's program is approved by the Virginia Department of Education and Nationally Recognized by the American Association of School Librarians.  The first course, SLIB520-Library Resources for Children, was offered during fall semester; however, it is not too late for participants to join in. 

 

Here's a short video in which one of our alumni describes our program:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=An-MIwbMbU0&t=11s  The video is a few years old, and our program name has changed from "School Library Media" to "School Librarianship," but what she shares is still relevant today.  School librarians impact the learning of every child in a school!

 

Longwood offers a Master of Education in School Librarianship (36 credits) or a Professional Endorsement option (27 credits). 




Master of Education in School Librarianship

Courses will be offered in Martinsville using a hybrid format beginning Fall 2017.

 

If individuals are interested in participating in the cohort, please ask them to complete the Google form linked here by Friday, March 24: https://goo.gl/forms/tbDWGm5aieX1iu3E3

 

See the following for more info:

Program Fact Sheet 

 




Masters Degree




Middle School Education

Liberal Studies is an interdisciplinary program developed specifically to prepare students to teach Pre-K through the middle school grades. The licensure includes a specialization in math and an option for algebra I endorsement. Additionally, the major in Liberal Studies provides a solid background in the all main content areas: the social sciences, language arts, mathematics, and the sciences.

The program provides a rich background to the Standards of Learning taught in Virginia schools. It is also designed to develop broadly informed individuals who understand contemporary issues and will provide civic and professional leadership.




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Social Work

The Master of Social Work degree program is predicated upon the assumption that social workers should operate from a common base of knowledge, philosophy, values, and skills.  The program is designed to transmit these basic components through a solid foundation of core and cognate courses.  Opportunities are provided for enlarging the breadth and depth of knowledge and skills in a range of substantive areas.  The School of Social Work subscribes to an ecological/social systems approach which enables the practitioner to provide services based on client system needs using differentiated models of practice.

The program is built upon a humanistic, democratic philosophy, which emphasizes the values of social justice and responsibility, and respect for human rights and dignity.  Sensitivity to the unique problems of African Americans and other diverse groups, and a commitment to an egalitarian social order are integral features of the curriculum.

The overriding objective of the Master of Social Work Program is the preparation of students for advanced level professional practice and leadership roles in the social welfare field, including direct service, supervision, administration, program planning, policy analysis, and resource development.

A systematic, structured curriculum has been designed to facilitate a synthesis of theory and practice and inculcate usable knowledge and skills through carefully devised course sequences in Human Behavior and the Social Environment, Research Methods, Practice Methods, and Social Welfare Policy in conjunction with a lengthy period of intensive field instruction.




Social Work

The mission of the Longwood University undergraduate Social Work Program is:

  • to prepare generalist practitioners who have a foundation in social work knowledge, theory and research through a strong liberal arts based education
  • to prepare competent and effective generalist practitioners who become citizen leaders in their respective communities,while representing and empowering oppressed individuals, groups, and communities to improve the quality of life
  • to reduce the inequalities in society through the use of social justice strategies and effective practice
  • to contribute to the knowledge base of practice, research, and theory regarding the needs of diverse populations served by professional social workers.



Southside Telehealth Training Academy and Resource Center (STAR)

The Southside Telehealth Training Academy and Resource Center (STAR) is a premier training program for health care providers seeking to use advanced telemedicine and telehealth systems to improve access to quality healthcare for rural and medically-underserved populations.

Participants will gain knowledge and skills using technologies in video-conferencing in the clinical setting and remote patient monitoring in the home setting.

At completion of the program, participants will receive certification as a Telehealth Technologist, demonstrating proficiency in use of standards-based technology and protocols, and have the skills and abilities to apply telehealth to the needs of their patients and communities.


For complete information and how to apply, visit the STAR website.

STAR is a partnership of New College Institute and the University of Virginia.




Special Education - VA Consortium for Teacher Preparation

For More Information:

Contact Dr. Elizabeth Altieri at (540) 831-5590 or ealtieri@radford.edu. 

 




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