Students admitted to the Library Science Program are assigned a member of the MLS Faculty as an advisor. Students can find the name of their advisor in the Banner Self Service area on Pirate Port.
General registration information including a list of common registration errors
Technology support for students at ECU is available from Information Technology and Computing Services (ITCS). ITCS provides instructional information via its website and Facebook page. IT Help is available online through email and chat. For details, visit http://www.ecu.edu/itcs/students.cfm.
Almost every graduate program includes a capstone experience or project that is used to assess whether students have met overall program goals. These capstone experiences can be research papers, theses, dissertations, culminating projects, comprehensive exams, oral exams, interviews, or a combination of these types of activities. The portfolio process requires a student's participation throughout his or her coursework, and begins in the first course in the sequence (LIBS 6010). Throughout a student's time in the program, he or she steadily posts to a portfolio and demonstrates mastery of professional skills, abilities, and dispositions required for the practice of the profession. This is done through the use of course artifacts (course projects) along with the student's reflection upon those skills, abilities, and dispositions as revealed in the artifacts. The reflection essay associated with each artifact helps explain how the artifact demonstrates that the program objective and other professional standards have been met. It also acts as a record of the student's self-assessment. The MLS portfolio is posted in
Taskstream, which is used by all students in the College of Education. Each student undergoes a mid-program and final review of the portfolio. A student must pass the final portfolio review in order to obtain the degree or licensure.
For detailed instructions on creating and maintaining a portfolio account, read Taskstream 101.
The Application for Graduation must be completed online. This should be done one semester prior to completion of the degree/certificate. If you are dual-degree or are also graduating with a certificate, you will have to submit a separate online application for each program. Application for graduation can be completed through Pirate Port and you have completed the requirements of the degree as stated by the Graduate Catalog.
Spring Term - February 1
Summer Term - April 1
Fall Term - September 1
For more information, go to: http://www.ecu.edu/cs-acad/registrar/Graduation-Information.cfm Scroll down to Instructions for How to Apply for Graduation.