What's Next In Technology?

Technology is the new frontier of the modern world, so discovering its trajectory is crucial to understanding what trends and possibilities are on the horizon. NCU believes in preparing its students for the future, which is why we are diving into what next in technology.

Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Amber Ciccanti, DBA in Criminal Justice

Dr. Amber Ciccanti, an NCU graduate with a DBA in Criminal Justice, retired as a police sergeant and today is pursuing her second passion, teaching as a full-time professor. Her experience has led her to create Calming Sirens, an event that brings together public safety officials and members of the special needs population to teach these individuals that police, fire and EMTs are not to be feared.

Nine Tips for Professionals Going Back to School

Worried there’s no time for college? Leverage strategies from NCU graduates with families who worked full time while earning master’s degrees. #NCUWorks

5 Counseling Careers that Help Communities

Interested in empowering and supporting individuals who are struggling with a variety of issues? NCU’s Marriage and Family Therapy programs can open the door to new possibilities.

What Can You Do With an English Language Learning Educational Specialist Degree?

Globalization is bringing the world together, and the need for ESL specialists is growing. We list several job prospects for ESL specialists in this article. 

Considerations for Enhancing Equity and Inclusion in an Online University

Is diversity important in an online education? Discover how creating inclusion for all adds richness to the NCU academic experience. #NCUDiversity

6 Reasons You Should Attend a Conference This Year

There are many reasons why attending a conference can improve your academic and professional life. Here you can learn new ways to take action and inspire yourself to become more engaged in the world around you.

Meet Our School of Social & Behavioral Sciences

Learn more about the School of Social & Behavioral Sciences: Dean and Associate Dean, Dr. James Billings and Dr. Peter Bradley, take the time to share their history and insights about their time at NCU.

4 Questions to Ask Yourself before Considering Graduate School

Graduate school is a lot of work—and pricey, too. It’s wise therefore to ask yourself the following questions before you start sending out applications.

Take Five. A Moment with Our Alumni – Dr. Samose L. Mays

From homeless to doctoral graduate, Dr. Samose L. Mays, NCU graduate with a Doctor of Education in Athletic Administration, provides his tips to overcome the challenges faced by online students.