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  • Alcorn State University: Overview
    Catalog 2014 2016 Program of Study Appeal Process Thesis and Project Masters Theses and Projects Academic Calendar 2015 2016 Tuition and Fees Current Students Advisement Graduate Assistant Information Graduate Student Association Graduate Life at Alcorn Forms Graduate Council Minutes Graduating Student Information Applying for Graduation Graduate Exit Examinations and Requirements Graduation Deadlines Commencement Important Dates to Remember International Student Services Tuberculosis Screening Curricular Practical Training CPT Optional Practical Training OPT Surveys Resources Student Resources Office of the Registrar Financial Aid University Libraries Residence Life Housing Student Services Office of the Bursar Quick Links Taking the GRE The GMAT TOEFL Institutions of Higher Learning IHL Mississippi Department of Education Mississippi Board of Nursing Council of Graduate Schools Council of Historically Black Graduate Schools National Association of Graduate Professional Students Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment Contact Us TracDat Login Institutional Research and Assessment Library About Libraries Boyd Library Search Library Catalog OPAC Search Databases Library Departments Acquisitions Archives Special Collections Catalog Circulation Government Documents Instructional Media Center Reference Serials Computer Lab Hours of Operation Frequently Asked Questions Contact Information Staff Natchez Library Learning Resource Center Social Media Registrar s Office Contact Us Academic Calendar and Tuition Fees ADMINISTRATIVE WITHDRAWAL POLICY University Catalog Advisor Manual Drop Withdrawal Process for 8 Week Term Students Dropping and Adding Courses Online Forms Withdrawal Veterans Assistance Order Transcripts Online Web Registration Instructions Pre Professional and Honors Programs Pre Professional Value Added Activities Honors Curriculum Program Advantages Golden Key International Honour Society About Us Advisors Liaisons Golden Key International Website Mortar Board How to Apply Advisors Contact Information Mortar Board National Website Contact Us Student Affairs Admissions and Recruiting Career Services Events Students Order Your Alcorn Transcript Employers Federal Internship Directory Staff Contact Information Directions and Lodging Youth and Motivational Task Force Counseling and Testing Test Schedule Services Staff Alcorn Substance Abuse Prevention Program ASAPP Procedures for Processing Withdrawals Referral Process Financial Aid Health and Disability Services HIV AIDS Policy Drug Free Policy Health Services Disability Services Health Watch FLU Safety Video Contact Information Smoke Free Campus James L Bolden Campus Union Judicial Affairs Religious Life Residence Life Student Engagement Student Government Association Applying for Student Government Leadership Greek Life MIP Requirements Alcorn s Policy on Hazing State of Mississippi Hazing Policy Homecoming Events Homecoming Parade Information Natchez Campus Student Services Access Center Student Travel Itinerary Form Smoke Free Campus Drug Free Policy Registration Guides Student Handbook Vicksburg Expansion Program Vicksburg Expansion Facebook Page Academic Youth Programs Contact Us Commencement 2016 Application for Degree Form Cap Gown Order Form Graduation Requirements for Students Resources Catalog Errata Policies and Procedures Faculty Advancement Online Programs Message from the Director Programs Online Course Schedule University College Academic Advising Tutorial Program First Year Experience About FYE Academic Advisors Student Support Services What We Do and How We Do It Who Should Apply Meet The Team Social Media Announcements and Events Alumni Summer Developmental Program Upward Bound Retention Contact Us Provost Event Attendance Request Home Academics Schools and Departments School of AREAS Academic Units

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  • Alcorn State University: Advanced Technology Students In Action
    Sciences Fine Arts Music Education Performance Art Speech and Theatre Faculty and Staff Auditions and Entrance Examinations Scholarships and Band Grants Juries and Recitals Proficiency Examinations Ensembles Calendar Hearing and Health Information Jazz Festival Past Artists Participating Institutions Posters Photo Gallery More Music Info Biological Sciences Departmental Mission Course Offering Faculty Staff Proven Success Alumni Community Service Talented Biology Majors Compliance and Departmental Support News Department of Mass Communications Mass Communications Curriculum Guide WPRL 91 7 FM Radio The Campus Chronicle ASU 13 Television University Statements on Student Harassment Chemistry and Physics Faculty and Staff English and Foreign Languages Foreign Languages Writing Center Clubs and Organizations MS E D Endorsement Electives Faculty and Staff Alumni Profiles University Statements on Student Harassment Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Goals and Objectives Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Accreditation Information University Math Center Student Employment and Scholarships Faculty and Staff Contact Social Sciences Political Science History Criminal Justice Sociology Faculty and Staff University Student Conduct Policy Department of Social Work Introduction to Bachelor of Social Work Mission Statement Definition of Generalist Practice Social Work Curriculum Course Descriptions Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes Social Work Club and Honor Society Social Work Links Contact Us Military Sciences Scholarships Military Science Classes Faculty and Staff Staff School of Business Dean s Message Programs of Study Undergraduate Accounting Business Administration Graduate M B A MBA Specialty Area Offerings Advising Internships Contact Faculty and Staff Resources Noteworthy School of Education and Psychology Office of the Dean Accreditation CAEP Third Party Comments SOEP Data Department of Education and Psychology Department of Health Physical Education and Recreation Fall Spring Summer Course Offerings HPER Faculty Staff Office of Field Experiences and Student Teaching World Class Teacher Academy for National Board Certification Overview Apply for NBC Support WCTA Scholarships Resources and Links Frequently Asked Questions Livetext PLATO Learning SOEP Faculty Staff Contact Us School of Nursing Philosophy Associate of Science Bachelor of Science Master of Science Apply to Graduate Nursing Faculty and Staff Directory ASU Family Clinic Natchez Library Learning Resource Center Services and Resources Staff Accreditation Information General Information Contact Us SON Student Resources Calendars Global and Multicultural Programs Graduate Studies Message from the Assistant Vice President for Academic Program Support and Graduate Studies Mission and Vision Apply Online My Graduate VIP Interest Page Graduate VIP Interest Page About Us Organizational Chart Policies and Procedures Strategic Plan Tactical Action Plan Grad Accomplishments Meet Our Staff Admissions How to Apply to Graduate School Printable Applications International Applicants Compliance Responsibilities Admission Policies Returning to Graduate School After A Break Test Requirements Cyber Orientation Admissions Brochure Degree Programs and Entrance Requirements Academics Graduate Catalog 2014 2016 Program of Study Appeal Process Thesis and Project Masters Theses and Projects Academic Calendar 2015 2016 Tuition and Fees Current Students Advisement Graduate Assistant Information Graduate Student Association Graduate Life at Alcorn Forms Graduate Council Minutes Graduating Student Information Applying for Graduation Graduate Exit Examinations and Requirements Graduation Deadlines Commencement Important Dates to Remember International Student Services Tuberculosis Screening

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  • Alcorn State University: Programs Offered
    areas of medical equipment application bio medical instrumentation X ray and diagnostic imaging equipment and medical laboratory instrumentation Supplementary courses in anatomy and physiology and medical equipment management complete the medical specialization Optional ninety hours field practice internship placements where interactions at hospitals in the region are integrated with a Senior Design project provide students with a practical foundation for employment in the field Statistics made available by the U S Department of Labor www bls gov indicate a yearly salary between 33 030 and 114 360 The usual starting salary is somewhere in the middle with the median annual salary for bio medical engineers being 61 320 Computer Engineering Technology The objective of the Computer Engineering Technology concentration of the Department of Advanced Technology is to prepare students for careers that require an extensive knowledge of both computer hardware and computer software The concentration offers a reasonably equal balance of study and experience in both the hardware and software area enabling graduates to be well prepared for a career in programming hardware design test system administration diagnosing computer hardware and software or other related areas It is well known that well educated computer engineers typically should have a thorough knowledge of computer hardware and a thorough knowledge of software since both areas constitute a computer system specializing in one area hardware or software would not be enough to be an exceptional computer engineer In addition this concentration aims to provide its graduates a basis for further study at prominent colleges and universities The Bureau of Labor Statistics BLS has the Average Starting Salary 2007 as 56 201 and the growth projection for 2006 2016 as 5 Computer Networking and Information Technology This program is designed for students interested in computer networking and information systems The program objective includes training of students for the Information Technology IT workforce preparation of students for graduate and professional school and entrepreneurship among graduates The students are prepared for IT positions which require cutting edge technologies applied in the design implementation and maintenance of systems in traditionally diverse and complex computing environments The program focuses on current technologies with an eye on the future to keep abreast with the changing technological landscape in industry Electro Mechanical Engineering Technology Electro mechanical engineering technology is designed to prepare students for combined knowledge of mechanical engineering technology with knowledge of electrical and electronic circuits to design develop test and manufacture electronic and computer controlled mechanical systems Their work often overlaps that of both electrical and electronics engineering technologists and mechanical engineering technologists The job involves design develop test or supervise the manufacturing and installation of electrical mechanical equipment components or systems for commercial industrial military or scientific use Students learn in the classroom and in hands on laboratories Using a mixture of actual components systems and computer simulations students become skilled in the practical application of industrial electronics computers hydraulics programmable controllers pneumatics robotics and mechanical principles There is going to be a huge demand of electro mechanical engineers in the energy sector and green collar sector jobs including alternative energies as all the energy systems involve electro mechanical operation The BLS has the Average Starting Salary in 2007 as 54 710 and growth Projection for 2006 2016 as 5 Geographic Information Science and Technology Geographic Information Science focuses on four domains people database technology software and systems applications The first domain people is an evaluation of different customer communities as end users and the GIS manager who designs customizes the systems for interdepartmental and general customer services Database addresses the nature of a geographic information systems application in diverse information engineering platforms Software is a focus of choice on scientific and technological innovations that best support the client data processing and server systems The domain of systems applications is a challenge of analytical and presentation skills for the GIS team relative to the tasks the team wants to accomplish with the systems in a geographic area A GIS cannot answer to all Geo spatial needs However the following concentrations are offered Homeland Security Natural Resources Management The BLS reports that the overall employment of GIS Analysts is expected to increase by 21 percent from 2006 to 2016 which is faster than the average for all occupations Increasing demand for fast accurate and complete geographic information will be the main source of growth for these occupations An increasing number of firms are interested in geographic information and its applications For example GIS can be used to create maps and information used in emergency planning security marketing urban planning natural resource exploration construction and other applications Also the increased popularity of online mapping systems has created a higher demand for and awareness of geographic information among consumers Median annual earnings of GIS Analyst were 48 240 in May 2006 The middle 50 percent earned between 37 480 and 65 240 The lowest 10 percent earned less than 30 910 and the highest 10 percent earned more than 80 520 Nuclear Engineering Technology Nuclear engineers research and develop the processes instruments and systems used to derive benefits from nuclear energy and radiation They design develop monitor and operate nuclear plants to generate power They may work on the nuclear fuel cycle the production handling and use of nuclear fuel and the safe disposal of waste produced by the generation of nuclear energy or on the development of fusion energy Some specialize in the development of nuclear power sources for naval vessels or spacecraft others find industrial and medical uses for radioactive materials as in equipment used to diagnose and treat medical problems The BLS has the Average Starting Salary 2007 as 56 587 and growth projections for 2006 2016 as 7 Pre Engineering This program is dedicated to providing programs that encourage young and under represented students to pursue careers in engineering Our program is the only one of its kind in the State of Mississippi Engineers are the link between scientific discovery and practical application They analyze problems

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  • Alcorn State University: Applied Science
    School of Nursing Philosophy Associate of Science Bachelor of Science Master of Science Apply to Graduate Nursing Faculty and Staff Directory ASU Family Clinic Natchez Library Learning Resource Center Services and Resources Staff Accreditation Information General Information Contact Us SON Student Resources Calendars Global and Multicultural Programs Graduate Studies Message from the Assistant Vice President for Academic Program Support and Graduate Studies Mission and Vision Apply Online My Graduate VIP Interest Page Graduate VIP Interest Page About Us Organizational Chart Policies and Procedures Strategic Plan Tactical Action Plan Grad Accomplishments Meet Our Staff Admissions How to Apply to Graduate School Printable Applications International Applicants Compliance Responsibilities Admission Policies Returning to Graduate School After A Break Test Requirements Cyber Orientation Admissions Brochure Degree Programs and Entrance Requirements Academics Graduate Catalog 2014 2016 Program of Study Appeal Process Thesis and Project Masters Theses and Projects Academic Calendar 2015 2016 Tuition and Fees Current Students Advisement Graduate Assistant Information Graduate Student Association Graduate Life at Alcorn Forms Graduate Council Minutes Graduating Student Information Applying for Graduation Graduate Exit Examinations and Requirements Graduation Deadlines Commencement Important Dates to Remember International Student Services Tuberculosis Screening Curricular Practical Training CPT Optional Practical Training OPT Surveys Resources Student Resources Office of the Registrar Financial Aid University Libraries Residence Life Housing Student Services Office of the Bursar Quick Links Taking the GRE The GMAT TOEFL Institutions of Higher Learning IHL Mississippi Department of Education Mississippi Board of Nursing Council of Graduate Schools Council of Historically Black Graduate Schools National Association of Graduate Professional Students Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment Contact Us TracDat Login Institutional Research and Assessment Library About Libraries Boyd Library Search Library Catalog OPAC Search Databases Library Departments Acquisitions Archives Special Collections Catalog Circulation Government Documents Instructional Media Center Reference Serials Computer Lab Hours of Operation Frequently Asked Questions Contact Information Staff Natchez Library Learning Resource Center Social Media Registrar s Office Contact Us Academic Calendar and Tuition Fees ADMINISTRATIVE WITHDRAWAL POLICY University Catalog Advisor Manual Drop Withdrawal Process for 8 Week Term Students Dropping and Adding Courses Online Forms Withdrawal Veterans Assistance Order Transcripts Online Web Registration Instructions Pre Professional and Honors Programs Pre Professional Value Added Activities Honors Curriculum Program Advantages Golden Key International Honour Society About Us Advisors Liaisons Golden Key International Website Mortar Board How to Apply Advisors Contact Information Mortar Board National Website Contact Us Student Affairs Admissions and Recruiting Career Services Events Students Order Your Alcorn Transcript Employers Federal Internship Directory Staff Contact Information Directions and Lodging Youth and Motivational Task Force Counseling and Testing Test Schedule Services Staff Alcorn Substance Abuse Prevention Program ASAPP Procedures for Processing Withdrawals Referral Process Financial Aid Health and Disability Services HIV AIDS Policy Drug Free Policy Health Services Disability Services Health Watch FLU Safety Video Contact Information Smoke Free Campus James L Bolden Campus Union Judicial Affairs Religious Life Residence Life Student Engagement Student Government Association Applying for Student Government Leadership Greek Life MIP Requirements Alcorn s Policy on Hazing State of Mississippi Hazing

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  • Alcorn State University: Computer Networking and Information Technology
    Advisement Graduate Assistant Information Graduate Student Association Graduate Life at Alcorn Forms Graduate Council Minutes Graduating Student Information Applying for Graduation Graduate Exit Examinations and Requirements Graduation Deadlines Commencement Important Dates to Remember International Student Services Tuberculosis Screening Curricular Practical Training CPT Optional Practical Training OPT Surveys Resources Student Resources Office of the Registrar Financial Aid University Libraries Residence Life Housing Student Services Office of the Bursar Quick Links Taking the GRE The GMAT TOEFL Institutions of Higher Learning IHL Mississippi Department of Education Mississippi Board of Nursing Council of Graduate Schools Council of Historically Black Graduate Schools National Association of Graduate Professional Students Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment Contact Us TracDat Login Institutional Research and Assessment Library About Libraries Boyd Library Search Library Catalog OPAC Search Databases Library Departments Acquisitions Archives Special Collections Catalog Circulation Government Documents Instructional Media Center Reference Serials Computer Lab Hours of Operation Frequently Asked Questions Contact Information Staff Natchez Library Learning Resource Center Social Media Registrar s Office Contact Us Academic Calendar and Tuition Fees ADMINISTRATIVE WITHDRAWAL POLICY University Catalog Advisor Manual Drop Withdrawal Process for 8 Week Term Students Dropping and Adding Courses Online Forms Withdrawal Veterans Assistance Order Transcripts Online Web Registration Instructions Pre Professional and Honors Programs Pre Professional Value Added Activities Honors Curriculum Program Advantages Golden Key International Honour Society About Us Advisors Liaisons Golden Key International Website Mortar Board How to Apply Advisors Contact Information Mortar Board National Website Contact Us Student Affairs Admissions and Recruiting Career Services Events Students Order Your Alcorn Transcript Employers Federal Internship Directory Staff Contact Information Directions and Lodging Youth and Motivational Task Force Counseling and Testing Test Schedule Services Staff Alcorn Substance Abuse Prevention Program ASAPP Procedures for Processing Withdrawals Referral Process Financial Aid Health and Disability Services HIV AIDS Policy Drug Free Policy Health Services Disability Services Health Watch FLU Safety Video Contact Information Smoke Free Campus James L Bolden Campus Union Judicial Affairs Religious Life Residence Life Student Engagement Student Government Association Applying for Student Government Leadership Greek Life MIP Requirements Alcorn s Policy on Hazing State of Mississippi Hazing Policy Homecoming Events Homecoming Parade Information Natchez Campus Student Services Access Center Student Travel Itinerary Form Smoke Free Campus Drug Free Policy Registration Guides Student Handbook Vicksburg Expansion Program Vicksburg Expansion Facebook Page Academic Youth Programs Contact Us Commencement 2016 Application for Degree Form Cap Gown Order Form Graduation Requirements for Students Resources Catalog Errata Policies and Procedures Faculty Advancement Online Programs Message from the Director Programs Online Course Schedule University College Academic Advising Tutorial Program First Year Experience About FYE Academic Advisors Student Support Services What We Do and How We Do It Who Should Apply Meet The Team Social Media Announcements and Events Alumni Summer Developmental Program Upward Bound Retention Contact Us Provost Event Attendance Request Home Academics Schools and Departments School of AREAS Academic Units Department of Advanced Technologies Programs Offered Computer Networking and Information Technology Computer Networking and Information Technology Students majoring in Computer Networking and Information Technology

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  • Alcorn State University: Robotics and Automation Technology
    Who Should Apply Meet The Team Social Media Announcements and Events Alumni Summer Developmental Program Upward Bound Retention Contact Us Provost Event Attendance Request Home Academics Schools and Departments School of AREAS Academic Units Department of Advanced Technologies Programs Offered Robotics and Automation Technology Robotics and Automation Technology Program Philosophy The Robotics and Automation Technology program strives to achieve its mission in all aspects of its operations through innovative and engaging teaching learning and community outreach Graduates of the program will gain the skills experience and knowledge to pursue successful careers as technologists and managers of technology Mission To provide world class curricula and training designed to prepare superior practitioners managers and leaders in the field of Robotics and Automation Technology Changing dynamics in world competition have manufacturers using new technologies and management systems to increase productivity and quality These companies are using Computer Integrated Manufacturing CIM technologies installing robotics and automated systems and adapting new management techniques and strategies to differentiate their companies products goods and services from competitors A key to success in the area of Industrial Technology is employing technologists and engineers to design install run and maintain these highly technical systems In the Robotics and Automation Technology Program students learn to use computer systems to program robots run databases in inventory payroll project planning and scheduling and purchasing Students also have a chance to take a national professional Certified Technology Manager CTM certification exam from The Association of Technology Management and Applied Engineering ATMAE Robotics Lab Course List Announcements Academic Calendar Tuition and Fees Statistical Data Contact Us Course List for Robotics and Automation Technology Announcements Nuclear Regulatory Commission NRC funded ASU HP department with 200 000 for the Academic Years 2013 2015 Los Alamos National Laboratory LANL and ASU HP Department will be offering Monte Carlo Radiation Transportation Classes in the Department to ASU students and other collaboration Universities students This is part of the Minority Serving Institutions Program funded by the NNSA Although eight universities are collaborating considering ASU s strengths in Health Physics research LANL nominated ASU with the support of all of the consortium members Development of the Department of Energy DOE funded lab Nuclear Instrumentation Laboratory NIL is completed and starting academic year 2013 2014 undergraduate and graduate students in HP program will have an opportunity to acquire professional level nuclear instrumentation training Over 77K received from the National Nuclear Security Administration NNSA for the Year 2013 2014 At the American Nuclear Society ANS meeting the Nuclear Regulatory Commission NRC recognized ASU HP program as one of the fast growing programs in the country and one of the strong programs in the country training minority workforce in nuclear related fields Jermiah Billa was invited to Washington DC by the NRC and the Department of Energy DOE to participate in a discussion Implementation of Successful Nuclear Education Programs in the United States NRC invited 4 program directors from all over the US ASU being one of them Graduate student George Osei returned to ASU after successful completion of his internship at the prestigious Los Alamos National Laboratory LANL Jermiah Billa submitted three abstracts Radioactivity Studies on Farmlands and Farm Products Produced Around a Nuclear Plant Assessment and Comparison of Self Attenuation Coefficients of Vegetation Samples using Standard Electrode and Lowe Energy Germanium Detectors and Fabrication and Characterization of Cadmium Zinc Telluride CdZnTe Crystal for Radiation Detection and Measurement Applications to the Health Physics Society HPS the topics will be presented at the midyear HPS meeting in February 2014 Entergy presents a check of 50 000 for the year Spring 2014 Fall 2014 to support students pursuing a Health Physics degree Jermiah Billa participated in Minority Serving Partnership Program MSIPP meeting held in Atlanta to give a presentation to the Department of Energy on various research accomplishments during the academic year 2012 2013 The Division of Health Physics initiated research collaborations with the Alabama A M University and Fisk University Research collaborator from Alabama A M visited the department to discuss possible research collaborations Los Alamos National Laboratory deputy leader of the Nuclear Technology division visited ASU HP department Senior student Innocent Tsorxe is offered internship at the Fisk University George Osei is accepted as an intern at the Los Alamos National Laboratory He will be working with our research collaborator Dr Ches Simpson during his time spent at the LANL Cyber Security Laboratory The Advanced Technologies Department began using the NETLAB to administer labs for Network Security students With NETLAB students and instructors can share worldwide access to laboratory equipment in a training environment When students in the networking expressed their need for hands on experience the department initiated these advanced facilities so that students get exposed to practical experience while they pursue college education In the coming weeks NETLAB will be utilized to provide practical application labs that will complement classroom instruction In addition to Network Security the following labs have been added CCNA Network Fundamentals CCNA Routing Protocols and Concepts CCNA LAN Switching and Wireless and CCNA Designing and Supporting Computer Networks It is anticipated that more labs will be added in the near future to enhance student learning and to prepare them for the Cisco Certified Network Associate CCNA Cisco Certified Network Professional CCNP CCNA Security and the COMPTIA Network certification exams These labs are administered by the faculty with the assistance of Mr Michael Atkins A unique feature of these labs is accessibility to students from anywhere using internet connection Five students from Department of Advanced Technology Attended Career Pathways Conference Organized by Department of Homeland Security in Washington DC from April 11 13 The visit was led by Dr Steve Adzanu Advanced Technology Associate Professor and organized by Dr Jyotirmay Gadewadikar recipient of Scientific Leadership Award from Department of Homeland Security The visit was a part of Homeland security s initiatives to promote homeland security careers among the US undergraduate majors Academic Calendar Statistical Data Students and graduates from the ASU Robotics and Automation Technology Program have

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  • Alcorn State University: Faculty and Staff
    Higher Learning IHL Mississippi Department of Education Mississippi Board of Nursing Council of Graduate Schools Council of Historically Black Graduate Schools National Association of Graduate Professional Students Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment Contact Us TracDat Login Institutional Research and Assessment Library About Libraries Boyd Library Search Library Catalog OPAC Search Databases Library Departments Acquisitions Archives Special Collections Catalog Circulation Government Documents Instructional Media Center Reference Serials Computer Lab Hours of Operation Frequently Asked Questions Contact Information Staff Natchez Library Learning Resource Center Social Media Registrar s Office Contact Us Academic Calendar and Tuition Fees ADMINISTRATIVE WITHDRAWAL POLICY University Catalog Advisor Manual Drop Withdrawal Process for 8 Week Term Students Dropping and Adding Courses Online Forms Withdrawal Veterans Assistance Order Transcripts Online Web Registration Instructions Pre Professional and Honors Programs Pre Professional Value Added Activities Honors Curriculum Program Advantages Golden Key International Honour Society About Us Advisors Liaisons Golden Key International Website Mortar Board How to Apply Advisors Contact Information Mortar Board National Website Contact Us Student Affairs Admissions and Recruiting Career Services Events Students Order Your Alcorn Transcript Employers Federal Internship Directory Staff Contact Information Directions and Lodging Youth and Motivational Task Force Counseling and Testing Test Schedule Services Staff Alcorn Substance Abuse Prevention Program ASAPP Procedures for Processing Withdrawals Referral Process Financial Aid Health and Disability Services HIV AIDS Policy Drug Free Policy Health Services Disability Services Health Watch FLU Safety Video Contact Information Smoke Free Campus James L Bolden Campus Union Judicial Affairs Religious Life Residence Life Student Engagement Student Government Association Applying for Student Government Leadership Greek Life MIP Requirements Alcorn s Policy on Hazing State of Mississippi Hazing Policy Homecoming Events Homecoming Parade Information Natchez Campus Student Services Access Center Student Travel Itinerary Form Smoke Free Campus Drug Free Policy Registration Guides Student Handbook Vicksburg Expansion Program Vicksburg Expansion Facebook Page Academic Youth Programs Contact Us Commencement 2016 Application for Degree Form Cap Gown Order Form Graduation Requirements for Students Resources Catalog Errata Policies and Procedures Faculty Advancement Online Programs Message from the Director Programs Online Course Schedule University College Academic Advising Tutorial Program First Year Experience About FYE Academic Advisors Student Support Services What We Do and How We Do It Who Should Apply Meet The Team Social Media Announcements and Events Alumni Summer Developmental Program Upward Bound Retention Contact Us Provost Event Attendance Request Home Academics Schools and Departments School of AREAS Academic Units Department of Advanced Technologies Faculty and Staff Faculty and Staff CNIT FACULTY ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION FACULTY Dr Kwabena Agyepong Dr Yufeng Zheng Dr Erol Sarigul Dr Chengcheng Li Mr Kris Augustus Mr Michael Atkins Dr David Addae Dr Erol Sarigul Dr John Adjaye Dr Jyotirimay Gadewadikar Dr Mamie Griffin Dr Steve Adzanu Dr Sam Aceil APPLIED SCIENCES FACULTY WORKFORCE EDUCATION AND LEADERSHIP FACULTY Dr Sam Aceil Dr Jermiah Billa Mrs Mrunalin Gadewadikar Dr John Ajaye Dr Mamie Griffin Dr Sam Nwaneri Dr Steve Adzanu Dr Kwabena Agyepong Mr Randy Derby Dr Masoud Berthulla Dr David Addae Dr Steve Adzanu Dr Mamie

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  • Alcorn State University: Department of Agriculture
    Grad Accomplishments Meet Our Staff Admissions How to Apply to Graduate School Printable Applications International Applicants Compliance Responsibilities Admission Policies Returning to Graduate School After A Break Test Requirements Cyber Orientation Admissions Brochure Degree Programs and Entrance Requirements Academics Graduate Catalog 2014 2016 Program of Study Appeal Process Thesis and Project Masters Theses and Projects Academic Calendar 2015 2016 Tuition and Fees Current Students Advisement Graduate Assistant Information Graduate Student Association Graduate Life at Alcorn Forms Graduate Council Minutes Graduating Student Information Applying for Graduation Graduate Exit Examinations and Requirements Graduation Deadlines Commencement Important Dates to Remember International Student Services Tuberculosis Screening Curricular Practical Training CPT Optional Practical Training OPT Surveys Resources Student Resources Office of the Registrar Financial Aid University Libraries Residence Life Housing Student Services Office of the Bursar Quick Links Taking the GRE The GMAT TOEFL Institutions of Higher Learning IHL Mississippi Department of Education Mississippi Board of Nursing Council of Graduate Schools Council of Historically Black Graduate Schools National Association of Graduate Professional Students Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment Contact Us TracDat Login Institutional Research and Assessment Library About Libraries Boyd Library Search Library Catalog OPAC Search Databases Library Departments Acquisitions Archives Special Collections Catalog Circulation Government Documents Instructional Media Center Reference Serials Computer Lab Hours of Operation Frequently Asked Questions Contact Information Staff Natchez Library Learning Resource Center Social Media Registrar s Office Contact Us Academic Calendar and Tuition Fees ADMINISTRATIVE WITHDRAWAL POLICY University Catalog Advisor Manual Drop Withdrawal Process for 8 Week Term Students Dropping and Adding Courses Online Forms Withdrawal Veterans Assistance Order Transcripts Online Web Registration Instructions Pre Professional and Honors Programs Pre Professional Value Added Activities Honors Curriculum Program Advantages Golden Key International Honour Society About Us Advisors Liaisons Golden Key International Website Mortar Board How to Apply Advisors Contact Information Mortar Board National Website Contact Us Student Affairs Admissions and Recruiting Career Services Events Students Order Your Alcorn Transcript Employers Federal Internship Directory Staff Contact Information Directions and Lodging Youth and Motivational Task Force Counseling and Testing Test Schedule Services Staff Alcorn Substance Abuse Prevention Program ASAPP Procedures for Processing Withdrawals Referral Process Financial Aid Health and Disability Services HIV AIDS Policy Drug Free Policy Health Services Disability Services Health Watch FLU Safety Video Contact Information Smoke Free Campus James L Bolden Campus Union Judicial Affairs Religious Life Residence Life Student Engagement Student Government Association Applying for Student Government Leadership Greek Life MIP Requirements Alcorn s Policy on Hazing State of Mississippi Hazing Policy Homecoming Events Homecoming Parade Information Natchez Campus Student Services Access Center Student Travel Itinerary Form Smoke Free Campus Drug Free Policy Registration Guides Student Handbook Vicksburg Expansion Program Vicksburg Expansion Facebook Page Academic Youth Programs Contact Us Commencement 2016 Application for Degree Form Cap Gown Order Form Graduation Requirements for Students Resources Catalog Errata Policies and Procedures Faculty Advancement Online Programs Message from the Director Programs Online Course Schedule University College Academic Advising Tutorial Program First Year Experience About FYE Academic Advisors Student Support Services What We

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