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Graduate Studies

Tuesday, December 9, 2014 - 10:49am
William Carey University will offer J-Term, an opportunity to earn full credit for a college class in a one-week period, from January 5-9.
 
Both the main campus in Hattiesburg and the Tradition campus in Biloxi will offer J-Term classes. Undergraduate classes offered at the Hattiesburg campus include World History to 1500, the Life and Work of William Carey, Introduction to the Old Testament, Introduction to the New Testament, Adventure Based Counseling and Basic EKG Interpretation for Nurses. The Life and Work of William Carey will also be offered as a graduate history course.
 
At the Tradition campus, History of the Bible will be offered on the undergraduate level.
 
The deadline to register for a J-Term class is noon on the first day of class, January 5. To register, apply online and click here to view the J-Term schedule under the winter 2014 schedule.
 
For more information, contact the Hattiesburg Admissions office at (601) 318-6103 or the Tradition Admissions office at (228) 702-1815.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014 - 1:04pm

William Carey University’s inaugural cohort of students in the Master of Education in Interscholastic Athletic Administration (IAA) program graduated during fall commencement exercises on Saturday, August 9.

The inaugural cohort included 12 students from central and south Mississippi along with several international students.

The IAA degree is delivered in an executive program format with the goal of students developing knowledge and capabilities relative to the business side of sports organizations. The program takes 15 months to complete. New cohorts begin each summer term and are limited to 25 students.

For more information, contact Dr. Walter Cooper, program coordinator and professor of education, at (601) 318-6764 or by email at wcooper@wmcarey.edu.

Monday, June 23, 2014 - 4:30pm

Hattiesburg, MS, June 23, 2014 - The William Carey University School of Education has added four graduate courses to its list of Summer Term II offerings.  The four courses will be offered completely online beginning July 7. Summer Term II is five weeks long and will end on August 8. The courses can be used as part of a graduate degree program, for license renewal, or as electives. Courses include EDU 572 (Survey of Exceptional Children); EDU 627 (Performance Assessment); EDU 602 (Trends in Children’s Literature), and EDU 646 (Secondary Methods).

For more information or to register for the courses, contact the School of Education at (601) 318-6600 or via email at bburnett@wmcarey.edu.

Monday, May 12, 2014 - 3:04pm

Hattiesburg, MS, May 12, 2014 - William Carey University will graduate nearly 750 undergraduate, graduate, and College of Osteopathic Medicine students from the Hattiesburg and Tradition campuses May 16, 17, and 24. Dr. Tommy King, president of WCU, will preside at the ceremonies.
 
The ceremony for Hattiesburg campus students receiving graduate degrees is Friday, May 16, at 7 p.m. in Smith Auditorium. During this ceremony, the School of Education will graduate its inaugural cohorts for both the EdD and the PhD in Higher Education Administration. The speaker is Dr. Rodney Bennett, president of The University of Southern Mississippi.
 
The first ceremony for Hattiesburg campus students receiving undergraduate degrees is Saturday, May 17 at 9:30 a.m. in Smith Auditorium. Students receiving degrees from the school of arts and letters, school of nursing and school of natural and behavioral sciences will be recognized. The speaker is Mark Smith, pastor of First Baptist Church of Jackson.
 
The second ceremony for Hattiesburg campus students receiving undergraduate degrees is Saturday, May 17 at 1 p.m. in Smith Auditorium. Students receiving degrees from the school of business, school of education, school of missions and Biblical studies, and the school of music will be recognized. The speaker is Alan Perry, a lawyer with Forman, Perry, Watkins, Krutz & Tardy, LLP, of Jackson.
 
The ceremony for Tradition graduate and undergraduate students is Saturday, May 17 at 4 p.m. in Smith Auditorium. The speaker is Dr. Scott Hummel, provost at WCU.
 
On May 24, the WCU College of Osteopathic Medicine (WCUCOM) will graduate its inaugural class of 94 students as doctors of osteopathic medicine (D.O.)  at 10 a.m. in Smith Auditorium. The speaker for this historic graduation is Dr. Karen Nicholls, past president of the American Osteopathic Association. As the 26th school of osteopathic medicine in the country and the first in the state, the WCUCOM’s mission is to train future physicians for careers in primary care medicine to address the shortage of primary care physicians in the Gulf South Region. The medical school, under the leadership of Dr. James “Jim” Turner, is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (CC-SACS).
 
For more graduation information, call the Office of the Registrar at (601) 318-6195.