The graduate program option for the special education teacher is designed for the ECU graduate student specializing in teaching students with mild/moderate disabilities in Pre-K through 12th grade.
The BS degree option in medical physics was designed to allow the ECU student to have the courses necessary to attend any of the accredited schools.
The Bachelor of Science in Physics with a concentration in Teacher Certification at ECU provides the physics content and pedagogy through education courses for licensure and a career in secondary science education.
Founded solidly in the tradition of liberal arts, the History and Native American Studies (NAS) programs at ECU emphasize developing the skills to think critically, analyze information, solve problems and communicate with others.
The ECU Chorale was recently ranked in a tie for 25th place in the Mixed Chorus Division by Interkultur, the largest organizer of amateur choir contests in the world.
The Department of Music provides a general music education foundation for all ECU students, individual professional preparation for selected major fields within the department, and cultural enrichment for both the campus and community.
This degree prepares ECU students to become K-12 music educators.
Prepares ECU students for careers as music teachers in schools, Kindergarten through the 12th grade.
The Teacher Certification concentration, in conjunction with professional education courses, prepares the ECU student for teaching mathematics at the secondary level.
The General Mathematics concentration provides preparation for the ECU student who plans to enter a graduate program in mathematics.