(January 4, 2017) Spring classes begin on Monday, January 23rd. Registration is currently open and will continue until February 3rd (a late registration fee is charged for anyone registering between January 24th and February 3rd).
(November 11, 2016) The Educational Theory & Practice Department has a brand new certificate program in Computing Education. Learn more about this new online certificate program!
(September 8, 2016) Please contact Department Coordinator Scott Lawson (email@example.com) for information about ETAP student travel grants- if you are a current ETAP student presenting at an upcoming conference you may be eligible for this reimbursement.
See our Prezi for more information on the changes to the Ph.D timeline.
Example of a Dissertation
How to register for classes
Doctoral Student Forum - DOCTORAL LISTSERV
ETAP Doctoral Student Forum is a listserv offered by the Academic Computing Department of the University at Albany. It opens a channel for doctoral students to communicate in a vibrant online community. It is moderated by a doctoral student.
To subscribe to ETAP Forum, just send an email to LISTSERV@listserv.albany.edu and place the following command in the message body:
SUBSCRIBE ETAPFORUM Your Name
LISTSERV will send you an e-mail message asking you to confirm your subscription command. Please follow the instructions to finish processing your subscription. Once you have confirmed, you will receive a welcome message from LISTSERV that contains important LISTSERV information. You should save the e-mail for future reference, since it also tells you how to remove yourself from the list if you so choose.
Master’s Student Forum - ETAPMASTERS LISTSERV
ETAP Master’s Student Forum is a listserv offered by the Academic Computing Department of the University at Albany. It opens a channel for master’s students to communicate in a vibrant online community. You’ll receive periodic updates from the department including when schedules are released, advisement start dates, new course offerings, and other useful information. This is also a great way for students to stay in touch within the program and ask peers questions! It is moderated by a staff member.