Graduate School
Graduate School
I-Corps @ ECU
I-Corps @ ECU
Funded by the National Science Foundation, Innovation Corps@ECU embraces the formation of ideas, innovation and commercialization of inventions by using proven methods in lean launch, customer discovery and business model innovation. The project aims to prepare and support ECU faculty, staff, students, entrepreneurs and industries in the process of validating the potential for new products, services and technologies while launching new companies. Read more below and register for upcoming sessions.

Stem-related degrees
New stem-related degrees announced

The ECU Graduate School and the College of Engineering and Technology are proud to introduce two new degree programs: Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (MSME) and Master of Science in Data Science (MSDS). Both programs are now accepting applications for 2019. For more information on the program and deadline dates, please visit the link below.

Program Information and Deadline Dates

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Sixth GFMA
School of Art & Design professor receives graduate faculty mentor award
Congratulations to the Distinguished Faculty Mentor Award winner for 2018, Ken Bova! The Distinguished Graduate Faculty Mentor Award is given annually to recognize East Carolina University graduate faculty members who exemplify outstanding commitments to academic, professional and personal development of graduate students through mentoring and advising. To read more see the link below.


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Logan Barefoot
Logan Barefoot | Overland Park, KS
Child Dev. & Family Relations, MS
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Melanie Duffrin
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Regina Herpin
Regina Herpin | Houston, TX
I/O Psychology, MA