North Carolina Central University

General Information

North Carolina Central University
H.M. Michaux, Jr. School of Education
Durham North Carolina 1 27707
(919) 530 5346
http://www.nccu.edu/soe/vitp.cfm

Staff

Tessa McCarthy, Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, tmccart3@nccu.edu

Diane Wormsley, Brenda Brodie Endowed Chair, Professor of Special Education in Visual Impairment, dwormsley@nccu.edu

Services Offered

  • Distance Education
    • VITP courses are offered as hybrid courses including the use of the internet, face-to-face meetings, Blackboard, and Elluminate. For those seeking licensure add-on, courses are offered through a combination of on-line/Saturday and summer on-site classes. For further information, contact your faculty advisor.

  • Personnel Preparation
    • Offers two master’s degree programs in the field of visual impairments: Master’s of Education in Visual Impairments (M.Ed.) with concentrations in Teaching, O&M, and Masters of Arts of Teaching in Visual Impairments (MAT-VI).