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<- ECPI University to be among the first colleges and universities to participate in a pilot program to help injured Sailors and Marines continue their education through the Wounded Warrior Program.

From The Hospital and Over the Air

Navy College recently selected ECPI University to be among the first colleges and universities to participate in a pilot program to help injured Sailors and Marines continue their education through the Wounded Warrior Program. Classes will take place at Portsmouth Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, Virginia and will involve 15 to 20 students at the outset.

The first course will be College Composition. Not only will the students learn how to write college-level essays, they will also learn to integrate all of the class material with today’s latest technology as the entire course is being taught using iPads. “Students will learn how to use Apps for research, upload papers, participate in virtual discussion forums and interact with a variety of social media tools including Pinterest, Twitter and, of course, Facebook,” says White. “For many of these service members, the latest technology may have passed them by during their tours of duty. This course will not only enhance their writing skills but also develop their technological acumen.”

Our Classes

  • English Composition

    College Composition gets the students ready for academic writing. Using modern technogoies as tools and topics, this class is a great choice.

  • Advanced Composition

    Advanced Composition teaches students various aspects of academic reserach and argument. Writing about issues that are important to the students is a key for great research papers.

  • Critical Thinking

    Critical Thinking is more inportant than ever within our ever incresaing mobile world. This couse helps students navigate the world and the web, while also teaching valuable, logic and problem solving skills.

Helping

This extension of the Wounded Warrior Program reflects the Navy College mission: To provide continual academic support to Sailors while they pursue a technical or college degree, regardless of their location or duty station. “This program is a great way to wet their appetite and get them thinking about entering the higher education system,” says Larned. “Ultimately, it’s about improving their quality of their lives.”.

Bob Larned

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  • Back To School
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  • New Technology
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  • iPad Integration Mobile Technologies are a cruicial part of today's society and our classes.

  • eBooks eBooks and interactive apps keep students plugged into their studies.

  • Hands On If students need something fast, their class is right in their hands.


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