No. The MSCR degree is an exclusively online program.
Yes. The program provides an interactive online orientation, in which all incoming students are required to attend, one week prior to the beginning of each semester. The orientation has been designed to provide information to ensure you will be a successful online learner. It is embedded with activities which model the types of assignments you will utilize throughout your online coursework. These activities will familiarize you with the technologies and resources available to you as you pursue your academic goal as well as offering the opportunity to meet your peers in a virtual setting.
For more information regarding international student status, view the MSCR admissions requirements.
Please note, this is a 100% online program and student visas are not available.
The program may be pursued either full-time or part-time. To be considered full-time, students must be registered for at least two (2) credit hours per academic term. Each academic term is 8 weeks in length. Courses are offered every 8 weeks during the following academic terms; Fall I, Fall II, Spring I, Spring II and Summer.
For more information, please view our MSCR Courses and Descriptions.
Yes. Students may take courses on a non-degree basis prior to beginning the MSCR program. For further information about this non-degree option, please refer to the CPHS Admission Policies section regarding Non-degree seeking students.
The length of time really depends on you; however, on average master’s candidates complete their degree in two (2) to three (3) years. The maximum time frame allowable to complete this degree is five (5) years.
Please see our Tuition and Financial Aid information for details.
Yes, under the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools Commission on Colleges.
Campbell University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award Associate, Baccalaureate, Masters, Education
Specialist, and Doctorate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges for questions about the accreditation of Campbell University.
The Commission should be contacted only if there is evidence that appears to support the University’s significant non-compliance with an accreditation requirement or standard.
Normal inquiries about Campbell University, such as admission requirements, financial aid, educational programs, etc., should be addressed directly to the appropriate office of the University and not to the Commission’s office.
Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
1866 Southern Lane
Decatur, GA 30033-4097
Traditional education requires you to attend class in person, on campus and at designated times. Online education offers convenience and flexibility. You may attend class sessions from any global location at any time of the day or night, provided you have reliable internet connection.
You will have a tremendous amount of daily interaction with faculty and peers. The MSCR program utilizes current technology such as Google Hangout, WebEx, and Blackboard Collaborate, which allows for synchronous (live) interaction with professors and other students. In addition, course activities are intentionally designed to promote interaction with other students and faculty.
On occasion, several of our industry partners request collaboration with our graduate students. This is not a degree requirement; however, we do advertise all opportunities on our MSCR Blackboard Community page.
Currently all dual programs are blended deliveries. Because the MSCR program is an online program, it allows for flexibility in course selection and planning. It also offers expanded student options and choices of curriculum.
For admissions information:
Call (910) 814-4909 or (910) 893-1690
Send email firstname.lastname@example.org
For program specific information, contact one of the following:
Stefanie Twist, Program Manager
April Daniels, Program Coordinator
Student technology requirements can be found on our MSCR Requirements page.