Carnegie Center & Atlantic City Programming

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In addition to hosting undergraduate and graduate courses, as well as the continuing professional education programs, the Carnegie Center is home, or sister, to many institutional and community initiatives.

The Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism was established within the School of Business to combine research, training and the management components of Stockton's Institute for Gaming Management (SIGMA) and those of the University's Center on Hospitality and Tourism Research.

Dante Hall Theater, an intimate 240-seat performing arts center, serves Atlantic City and surrounding communities as a vital cultural center.

The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) of Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland Counties is housed at the Carnegie Center. The SBDC is part of a networked national partnership between state and federal government, the private sector, and higher education. The program is designed to provide the highest quality business assistance services to establish new enterprises and promising start-ups, with the objective of increased economic activity. In 2003 the SBDC attracted over 1,000 entrepreneurs to various programs around the region.

Master of Social Work (MSW) Program is designed to educate social workers who are prepared for advanced-level practice with diverse individuals, families, and communities. The Program aims to produce graduates who understand the human condition and the commonalities that all people everywhere share, while respecting and honoring differences in personal and communal history, social class, race, color, ethnicity, culture, language, immigration status, gender, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, political ideology, religion, and disability status.

The Program will establish and build upon a strong foundation of generalist social work practice values, knowledge, and skills. Students will be expected to understand and be able to apply an ecosystems perspective, the strengths perspective, and empowerment practice theory. They will develop a thorough acquaintance with the negative effects of oppression, discrimination, marginalization, and other social forces that block people’s ability to meet their basic human needs. They will develop familiarity with multiple theories, perspectives, and approaches that will strengthen their ability to work effectively with diverse populations. They will be expected to critically examine these theories, perspectives, and approaches as they become acquainted with research literature and as they develop experience in agency practice.

Continuing the central focus of Stockton's undergraduate program, the MSW Program aims to produce graduates who have a lifetime commitment to upholding human rights, respecting human diversity, and working towards social justice in their professional and personal lives.

Master of Arts in Education, Special Education Program recognizes that as a certified teacher, you have individual goals for your own professional growth. Whether you are interested in obtaining additional teaching endoresements, learning new instructional strategies, or pursuing research interests, our MAED program in special education is designed to meet your needs.

Pedagogy courses are designed to help you immediately translate concepts and practices to your own classroom through relevant topics such as differentiation, assessment-driven instruction, and curriculum development. Collaboration with fellow teachers and Stockton professors is a key element in customizing the program for your own unique needs as a practitioner. Our students work closely with professors to develop projects that connect directly to your classroom.

Noyes Museum Arts Garage of Stockton University is the cornerstone of the new Arts District in Atlantic City, with a mission to promote education, provide resources for emerging artists, and enrich the community. The Arts Garage houses 15 artist studios, galleries, shops, a cafe, a flexible classroom studio, and hosts special events throughout the year.

The Physician Assistant Studies Program of Philadelphia University will partner with Stockton University and Reliance Medical Group. This program builds on the relationships that Philadelphia University has formed with NJ medical communities. Philadelphia University has affiliations with several South Jersey hospitals and numerous physician practices for the clinical education of Physicial Assistant studies.