Administration and Instructional Services

OBJECTIVES

       The Department of Administration and Instructional Services prepares professionals as school principals, educational executives, speech practitioners, instructional technologists, and reading specialists, and other school personnel. At the undergraduate level, the department offers degree programs in Speech Communication Studies and Speech Language Pathology and Audiology. The objectives of the department are twofold: (1) to prepares its candidates to impact people’s lives in a variety of contexts via their knowledge and skills and (2) to develop visionary leaders with the critical thinking skills necessary to transform a diverse society.

MISSION

      The mission of the Department of Administration and Instructional Services is to prepare knowledgeable and skilled visionary leaders for an ever-changing diverse society in the areas of speech, instructional technology, reading, and school administration.

VISION

      The Department of Administration and Instructional Services strives to prepare nationally competitive scholars, practitioners, and innovators who positively impact their professions and society through their knowledge, skills, and dispositions.

Ms. Sharifa Romney, Administrative Support Associate, stromney@ncat.edu, (336) 285-4374, Proctor Hall 272

 

 

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