UNC Greensboro’s programs are known for standards of excellence, taught by distinguished faculty who are recognized in their fields. Two professors were recently honored for their research in Kinesiology and Psychology.
Mandy Northcutt was a group exercise coordinator and certified personal trainer before deciding to pursue higher education as a career.
“I’ve always enjoyed working with other individuals and teaching them about human movement or different exercises,” she says.
With UNC Greensboro’s Master of Education in Teacher Education: Instructional Technology, you’ll have job options in nearly any field.
The online MEd in Teacher Education: Instructional Technology prepares students for jobs as instructional designers and training specialists in a variety of
If you’re a registered nurse thinking about earning your bachelor’s degree, UNC Greensboro’s part-time program makes it possible. Finish in one year with the Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). The program is now fully online with no set class times, so you can complete
As you progress through your degree program at UNC Greensboro, you’ll probably have an eye on the job market. While the program will prepare you for your future role, UNC Greensboro’s Career and Professional Development team will help you gain valuable skills to eventually land the job you want.
You’re not afraid of multitasking. Your day is filled with morning carpools, client pitches, and evening soccer practice. You know a graduate degree is the right next step, but you still wonder if you can add one more thing to work and family responsibilities.
If you’re planning the next steps of your career with courses or a degree program at UNC Greensboro, Career and Professional Development can help.