East Carolina University offers online distance education degree programs that allow students to access their coursework 24 hours a day, seven days a week, via the internet. At ECU, online courses are taught by the same faculty as our campus classes, and the readings, assignments, and exams mirror on-campus courses. These programs include structured, well-designed courses and special instructional techniques to help you succeed as an online student.
The distance education undergraduate degree programs at ECU are online degree completion programs. Students complete the first two years of college coursers typically at a community college in their area.
The College of Technology and Computer Science offers two undergraduate degree completion programs online:
- BS in Industrial Technology (BSIT) AAS Transfer Program
- BS in Industrial Distribution and Logistics
BS in Industrial Technology (BSIT) AAS Transfer Program
BS in Industrial Technology (BSIT) is a degree completion curriculum designed for students who hold a qualifying associate in applied science (AAS) in an industrial or technology-related field. Courses in this program are semester-based but delivered to allow students flexibility with regard to time and place (typically weekly assignments).
Many questions and answers regarding your enrollment in the BSIT program can be found in the
TECS Online Orientation. This orientation is intended to inform you on getting started with your studies at the College and advising information as you progress through your academic studies at East Carolina University. Find many answers to your academic questions here as well as many ECU resources.
Steps to view the Orientation:
Concentrations available online are:
- Go to Blackboard at blackboard.ecu.edu
- Click on User Login
- For Username - Type "tecstudent"
- For Password - Type "tecstudent"
- Select "Start Here!"
The online option of the BS in Industrial Distribution and Logistics does require completion of 30hrs of transferable credits to qualify for this program. Individuals currently working in distribution, logistics, supply chain, or transportation, and those in the military succeed in this type of program.
For additional details and contact information for the online Industrial Distribution and Logistics program, visit http://www.ecu.edu/cs-tecs/techsystems/idis.cfm