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NC TEACH

Post-Baccalaureate

NC TEACH is a post-baccalaureate program for prospective teaching candidates.  NC TEACH has licensure-only programs at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

Admission to both levels of the NC TEACH program requires a bachelor’s degree in the desired content area from a regionally accredited college or university, or 24 semester hours applicable to the licensure area.

For the licensure areas available under both levels of NCTEACH, click here. GPA requirements do apply for some of the licensure areas. Contact the NC TEACH advisor for further information.

Candidates apply for North Carolina Standard Professional I teaching licensure after completing their program of study, which includes a teaching portfolio. Other requirements could include receiving passing scores on the PRAXIS II teaching examination and successfully completing at least one year of lateral entry teaching.

NC TEACH candidates in the graduate level program complete coursework at the graduate level and, if they apply and are accepted to a M.Ed. program, may apply some of the licensure program credits to a Master’s degree.

NC TEACH advisor

Deb Ackerman

Associate Director - Office of Student Services

djackerm@uncg.edu

Voice 334-3045

Room 128 SOE Building

NC TEACH Undergraduate Licensure-Only Application Process

NC TEACH Undergraduate Licensure-Only Program Candidates must complete an Alternative Licensure Application.

 

  1. Click here for instructions for completing the application.
  2. After reading directions, click here to download the Alternative Licensure Application.
  3. If requesting in-state residency for tuition purposes, click here to download the Residency Questionnaire.
  4. Applicants must also submit official college university transcripts for all universities attended.

Please note that interested candidates must speak with an NC TEACH Advisor prior to applying to the program. If not, admission will be delayed and/or course registration may be prohibited.

 

Submit all application materials to the NC TEACH advisor:

 

Mrs. Deb Ackerman

Room 128 School of Education Building

1300 Spring Garden St.

Greensboro, NC 27412

 

djackerm@uncg.edu

336-334-3045

NC TEACH Graduate Licensure-Only Application Process

NC TEACH Graduate Licensure-Only Program Candidates must complete a Graduate School application following the steps below:

 

  1. Click here for instructions for completing the application.
  2.  After reading directions for completing the application, download an online application at http://grs.uncg.edu/prospective/
  3. Additional required forms and information should be downloaded at http://grs.uncg.edu/prospective/
  4. Applicants must also submit official college university transcripts and three letters of recommendations.

 

Please note that interested candidates must speak with an NC TEACH Advisor prior to applying to the program. If not, admission will be delayed and/or course registration may be prohibited.

 

Submit all materials to:

The Graduate School

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

241 Mossman Building

Greensboro, NC 27412

 

NC TEACH advisor:

 

Mrs. Deb Ackerman

djackerm@uncg.edu

336-334-3045

Room 128 School of Education Building

1300 Spring Garden St.

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