Register for this Webinar
On-Demand Webinar:

How to Make NC State Online Engineering Degree Programs Work for You

Engineering is an ever-changing field, and earning an engineering master’s degree or certificate online from NC State is the best way for you to stay ahead of the curve. This webinar presents the NC State program: what it offers, how it benefits students, and how to apply.



Date: June 15, 2017
Time: 12 PM EDT (9 AM PDT)
Duration: 1 hour
Presented by:

Overview

Staying current in your engineering discipline is critical to your ongoing success as an engineer, but putting your life on hold while you return to a full time, on-campus degree program can simply be too much of an impact to your career and family. The online engineering degree programs at NC State allow you to get an outstanding graduate engineering education from a top ranked university without disrupting your life. Plus what you learn in the classroom can be immediately applied to your job.

The webinar presents an overview of NC State's online engineering degree program. Attendees will learn the program's offerings, benefits, and how to apply.

Key Take-Aways

  • Learn about the wide choice of programs and courses offered online
  • Discover that NC State offers the same academic rigor and reputation as on-campus programs
  • Learn about the experienced faculty and staff who make your online learning experience as efficient as possible

Speaker

Richard Shryock, Associate Director of Distance Education Programs, College of Engineering, NC State University – Engineering Online

Mr. Shryock has bachelors and masters degrees in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University and a masters degree in the Management of Technology from MIT. He had a 25 year career at IBM which spanned several product divisions, two locations, and several engineering, planning, and management positions. He began his second career in engineering education in 2007 when he joined NC State as an undergraduate academic advisor and lecturer in the College of Engineering. He has been in his current position as Associate Director of Distance Education Programs since 2010. In his current role, he is responsible for the administration of online engineering graduate programs and is the primary liaison with university and external technology groups related to the production and delivery of online engineering courses.