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.
Second, there is a Deaf Studies path. This path equips students with the linguistic and practical skills necessary for being a culturally responsive service provider to people who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf+, and/or deafblind 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 educators or professionals (interpreters or social workers). These skills develop under the supervision of an experienced and qualified faculty.
Master of Education
Carolina University’s, Dr. Zimmerman, an associate professor, and director of deaf studies, was the corresponding author for a recent publication on barriers and facilitators to participation in lung cancer screening. The research team was comprised of critical care specialists, pulmonologists, and internists. They conducted a systematic review of qualitative literature and performed a grounded analysis […]
Jacob HeckAssociate Head Men’s Basketball CoachSports Information Director The Bruins have hit the ground running this fall with Women’s Volleyball, Women’s Soccer, and Men’s Soccer all in action. Women’s Volleyball is off to a strong start and sits at 2-1. They began the season with some road matches, but will return home this month. On […]
Watch Dr. Amanda Martin, Public Health Program Director and Dr. Steven Kennedy, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Physics, speak on Triad Today about Carolina University’s Public Health and Interdisciplinary Studies programs. To learn more about either of these degrees, check out our program web-page here: https://carolinau.edu/academics