ECU currently offers more than 70 master's degree programs, 2 intermediate programs, and over 60 graduate certificate programs through our 11 colleges and schools. In addition, we offer 13 research doctoral programs, 6 first professional programs (AuD, DMD, DNP, DPT, EdD, MD) and hold the distinction of being classified among the Doctoral/Research Universities by the Carnegie Foundation. ECU is constantly striving to meet the evolving needs of our students, the people of North Carolina, the United States, and the world by providing educational, research, and outreach programs designed to address the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.
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application deadlines. If you would like to request more information about the program you are interested in please contact us here
If you are applying to any program from out-of-state, the graduate school encourages you to read our information concerning professional licensure and state authorization. For more information, please visit the Admissions page before applying.
Note: Some programs will advertise a priority deadline, a standard deadline and an international applicant deadline for admission consideration. The standard deadline and the international applicant deadline represents the latest date a program will allow the submission of a completed application. Priority deadlines are used by programs in support of their graduate funding protocols. Applicants who submit and complete their application by the priority deadline are considered for financial awards prior to those who submit after the priority deadline.