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Dustin Stocks, an information and computer technology major at East Carolina University, and ECU instructor John Pickard recently won the Academic Innovations award at the North American IPv6 Summit in Denver, Colorado
Roughly 300 high school students from eastern North Carolina experimented with concepts in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) at East Carolina University on Feb. 21, 2014.
Master of Science in Network Technology
The Department of Technology Systems provides a wide variety of graduate programs in industry and technology fields. Graduate degrees and certificates are provided online and in traditional formats. Most degrees can be completed in two years.
Students who are enrolled in a graduate program at the Department of Technology Systems are recommended to have access to a computer that meets the minimum specifications that are described under the category "Graphic Design PC with OpenGL". The details of the technical requirements can be found in ECU's Computer Purchase section at www.ecu.edu/ace. Graduate students should read the guide carefully and make sure that their computers comply with the criteria designated under "Graphic Design PC with OpenGL".
Students who are pursuing the thesis track option or conducting practicum projects should consult with their academic advisor to determine the optimum system configuration.
For more information, contact:
Department of Technology Systems
Office of Graduate Studies