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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.
East Carolina University, in partnership with the National Defense University, accepts the following credits toward completion of the MS in Technology Systems:
Fifteen (15) hours of transfer credit for students who have completed the NDU Information Resource Management College (IRMC) Chief Information Officer (CIO) Certificate program and Advanced Management Program (AMP).
Nine (9) hours of transfer credits for graduates of the Information Assurance Certificate (IAC) program.
These credits will be applied toward the MS in Technology Systems degree with a concentration in Digital Communication, Computer Networking Management, or Information Security. Information sheets can be downloaded below. Partial completion credit will not be accepted and the entire CIO, AMP, or IAC must be completed for the consideration of transfer credit.
An applicant must have the following:
NDU Quick Facts
For more than seven years, the Department of Technology Systems has offered MS degrees online. The program is Internet-based and students complete courses, collaborate on projects, perform research, and receive faculty advisory counseling via the Internet.