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FAQ's

Answers to frequently asked questions.

If your question isn't answered here, please feel free to contact the staff at The Collaborative at the Gateway Technology Center:

Sara Hughes
252-446-2585 x7017
sara_hughes@ncsu.edu or hughess@ecu.edu

Melissa Whitley
252-446-2585 x7019
melissa_whitley@ncsu.edu or whitleym14@ecu.edu

 

Q:  What degree and certificate programs are offered?
A:  A variety of courses, certificate programs, degree completion programs, associates degrees, bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, and more. Click here to go to a listing of all programs offered.

Q:  Is the facility already open?
A:  The Gateway Technology Center is expected to be completed in the spring of 2006.

Q:  Is the degree the same as what is earned on campus?
A:  The degree or certificate you earn via the Gateway Technology Center is exactly what you would earn if you went to the campus of East Carolina University or NC State University.

Q:  Is the faculty the same?
A:  The faculty teaching the online courses is the same as the faculty teaching on- campus courses.

Q:  How do the admissions requirements differ at Gateway Technology Center?
A:  The admissions requirements, and course quality and degree of difficulty, are precisely the same for distance education as they are on campus.

 

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