Welcome to Distance Education at UNCP. Please use the information on this website to familiarize yourself with being an online student at UNCP. The following information will prove helpful to you throughout your academic career at UNCP. Don’t hesitate to contact the office of Distance Education at any time for answers to any questions you may have.
As an online student, it is important to know that you have access to the same academic services as our campus students. In the next sections, you will find information about financial aid, bookstore, information technology, writing center, and more!
Any student intending to pursue an online degree should make an effort to transfer in as many of UNCP's general education requirements as possible (including two hours of physical education), in order to complete the degree online. UNCP will offer all of the major courses necessary for the degree online, but some of the non-major courses are not necessarily available online. To view the non-major and major classes scheduled, please search braveweb by clicking here. Then select the desired term and select a subject for a list of courses. Some online courses may require paid proctored examinations, depending on student location and transfer credit. Contact academic department for more details.
From the list below, select which program of study you chose as your major.
UNCP offers the following programs online:
Undergraduate Online Degree Completion Programs
Alternative Licensure - NC TEACH II
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies - Applied Professional Studies
Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies - Applied Information Technology
Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies - Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies - Public and Non-Profit Administration
Bachelor of Science in Birth - Kindergarten Education (B-K)
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Economics Track)
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Finance Track)
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Management Track)
The Division of Information Technology is committed to providing you with support and services to ensure your successful use of technology. Our goal is to anticipate needs and be proactive in our development and delivery of services and support options. Please let us know how we may better assist with your technology efforts as we jointly work to build a rich learning and service environment at UNCP. Once you receive your packet, you can use the following link to create your UNCP campus username and password. http://www.uncp.edu/doit/welcome/student/index.html
Your UNCP username and password will provide access to email (bravemail), the online class registration system (braveweb), and UNCP’s online course management system (Blackboard).
You can also find some very useful instructional videos about Braveweb and other useful UNCP services by clicking here.
The US Department of Education’s “Program Integrity” regulation requires higher education institutions to comply with state approval or licensure requirements in each state where distance education is delivered. Consistent with this US DOE mandate, a student has the right to file a complaint against an institution if he or she feels that these requirements are not being followed. Therefore, institutions are required to provide students with the appropriate contact information for filing complaints. To file a complaint about the University of North Carolina at Pembroke’s distance education program, you may contact the appropriate agency in your home state: State Agencies Handling Distance Learning Complaints
For complaints regarding a violation of accreditation policies, you may contact the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). For such a complaint, you must use the appropriate SACS complaint form Commission’s Complaint Form (PDF), and send two print copies to: President, SACSCOC. 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097. Students are required to familiarize themselves thoroughly with the UNC Pembroke Student Handbook and UNCP catalog which both include campus policies for handling complaints. You are expected to exhaust these internal options before escalating your complaint to the state or accrediting agency.
Updated: Monday, March 18, 2013
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