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Central Regional To Offer GCU Graduate Courses On Campus In January

More graduate courses to be added in the future, superintendent says

Central Regional Superintendent Triantafillos Parlapanides chats with a student on a fall day
Central Regional Superintendent Triantafillos Parlapanides chats with a student on a fall day

by Patricia A. Miller

Georgian Court University professors will begin teaching graduate courses at the Central Regional High School campus, beginning in January 2014.

The high school has dedicated space for the initiative, which gives ambitious professionals a chance to take courses closer to home, Superintendent Triantafillos Parlapanides said.

"I think the program will expand each year with a variety of different courses for both graduate and undergraduate classes being offered right here at Central Regional High School," he said today. "It is a real pleasure working with such wonderful people from Georgian Court University and am looking forward to long and successful partnership.

Qualified Central Regional students have already begun earning undergraduate college credits from Georgian Court, right on the high school's Bayville campus.

"We are very excited as a district to be partnered with Georgian Court University and being able to bring academic opportunities for our students, graduates, senior community and residents."

The initial graduate programs include:

School Supervisor, Post-Master's Certification (12 credits)

This post-master's program, designed for those with at least three years of successful, full-time teaching experience, leads to eligibility for NJDOE supervisory certification, following successful completion of three traditional courses and one blended lecture/online hybrid course.
Download an application to apply now.

Master of Arts in Education, Reading Specialist (33 credits)

The M.A. in Education with Reading Specialist, created for those who wish to serve as reading specialists or literacy coaches, leads to eligibility for Reading Specialist certification. It is designed for those who have at least two years of teaching experience.
Download an application to apply now.

Business Essentials, Graduate Certificate (18 credits)

This program emphasizes the fundamental prerequisites- Accounting, Economics, Marketing, Management, Financial Management and Statistics for Business Analysis-to prepare you for entry into GCU's MBA program.

GCU and Central Regional are also partners for the Humanities Academy, which serves high-achieving high school students, and other GCU@Central Regional programs in development.

There will be upcoming opportunities in graduate homeland security, psychology, and MBA, and undergraduate degree completion in criminal justice, teacher education, English, and psychology, Parlapanides said.

grace December 04, 2013 at 09:07 AM
i think this is terrific!
Chief Wahoo December 04, 2013 at 10:59 PM
Blow that trillion dollar student debt bubble bigger...... Then trap them with low paying jobs and no bankruptcy protection. Real Nice !!
Live Life December 08, 2013 at 08:40 PM
Too bad all of the kids in the GCU program hate it, complain about how boring and simple it is, and simply aren't interested.


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