Welcome to the

Moore School of Education

Preparing Students to be Effective, Equitable, Caring Educators

Welcome to the Moore School of Education, where you can prepare for two distinct career paths.

First, there is the education path. This path equips students with theory and practice in teaching and learning, a social justice-oriented pedagogy, and the leadership skills needed to teach in diverse classrooms.

The second path is for deaf interpreting, which prepares individuals to be skilled communicators/interpreters in a variety of settings.

Students in these programs will have the opportunity to learn and develop the professional knowledge and skills necessary to be effective teachers or interpreters. These skills develop under the supervision of an experienced and qualified faculty.

Featured Degrees

Deaf Studies


Master of Education





Presidential Scholarship for International Students


English / Português / Español Seven historic colleges and universities merged together to create Carolina University which is now one of the fastest growing universities in the United States. There are numerous reasons for the rapid growth including the value proposition for students and their families. Carolina University offers the highest academic excellence in numerous […]

Triad Today Interview with Carolina University President, Dr. Charles Petitt


View the video below to watch Jim Longworth interview Dr. Charles Petitt about special scholarships and upward mobility at Carolina University. For questions about the scholarship opportunities discussed, please contact Admissions at 336-714-7922.

Variants & Vaccinations: A Public Health Crisis


Dr. Amanda MartynAssistant Professor of Biology Public Health Program DirectorSchool of Arts and Sciences I often introduce public health as having an “uncommon culture”. It takes a village, as they say. Public Health is one of few fields where politicians and lawmakers, scientists, population specialists, mathematicians, engineers, counsellors and medical professionals, to name a few, […]