The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

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NC TEACH

Post-Baccalaureate

Thank you for your interest in the NC Teach Undergraduate level program.

NC Teach is a non-degree program. However, candidates should possess a four year degree from a regionally accredited college or university in the field they wish to teach with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. A degree in the teaching area expedites the candidate’s completion of the program.

Candidates without a degree in the area of license must at least possess 24 credit hours in the content they wish to teach with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. Candidates who do not meet the GPA admission requirement may not be considered for the program.
We currently offer an initial license in the following areas:

College of Arts & Sciences
L01 Art
L04 Theatre Arts
School of Music, Theatre & Dance
L21 Music Education
School of Health & Human Sciences
L18 Physical Education
L20 B-K Certification
School of Education
L05 Education of Deaf Children

Applicants should complete the online application here: NC Teach Undergraduate Application. The following are priority deadlines in order to assure that the application can be reviewed before the beginning of the semester.

April 1 (priority deadline – Feb 1)               for summer semester admission
July 1 (priority deadline – April 1)              for fall admission
October 1                                                        for spring semester admission

Applicants who wish to claim North Carolina residency for tuition purposes must complete, sign, and return the enclosed North Carolina Residency Questionnaire.
Once application has been submitted, please mail the $45 check or money order made out to The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the North Carolina residency form (if applicable) and an official transcript from each college, university or community college attended to:

School of Education, Student Services – UNCG
Attn: Dr. Jacqueline Dozier
PO Box 26170
Greensboro, NC 27402

These may also be hand delivered to the UNCG Office of Student Services in the School of Education Building, room 142.

For additional information, please email: soeoss@uncg.edu.

 

NC TEACH Graduate Licensure-Only Application Process

Thank you for your interest in the NC Teach Graduate level program. The program is designed to offer lateral entry teachers the opportunity to earn an initial standard professional I license to teach in North Carolina. The teaching position must be located within 50 miles of UNCG.
NC Teach is a non-degree program. However, candidates should possess a four year degree from a regionally accredited college or university in the field they wish to teach with a cumulative GPA of 3.0. This expedites the candidate’s completion of the program. Candidates without a degree in the field must at least possess 24 credit hours in the content they wish to teach with a cumulative GPA of 3.0. Candidates who do not meet the GPA admission requirement may not be considered for the program.
We currently offer an initial license in the following areas:

 

Middle Grades (6-9)
(Math, Comprehensive Science, Language Arts,
Social Studies)

High School (9-12)
(Math, Comprehensive Science, English,
Social Studies, Latin)

K-12 Foreign Language
(Spanish, French)

 

Applications with all required official transcripts from all colleges attended and three strong letters of recommendation must be submitted online to the Graduate School by the following priority deadlines in order to assure that the application can be reviewed before the beginning of the semester.

 

April 1 (priority deadline – Feb 1)             for summer semester admission
July 1 (priority deadline – April 1)            for fall admission
October 1                                                       for spring semester admission

 

Applicants should complete the online application through the Graduate School website, http://grs.uncg.edu/apply-online/.
For additional information, please email: soeoss@uncg.edu.

 

NC TEACH Undergraduate Licensure-Only Application Process

Thank you for your interest in the NC Teach Undergraduate level program.
NC Teach is a non-degree program. However, candidates should possess a four year degree from a regionally accredited college or university in the field they wish to teach with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. A degree in the teaching area expedites the candidate’s completion of the program.
Candidates without a degree in the area of license must at least possess 24 credit hours in the content they wish to teach with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. Candidates who do not meet the GPA admission requirement may not be considered for the program.
We currently offer an initial license in the following areas:

 

College of Arts & Sciences
L01 Art
L04 Theatre Arts

School of Music, Theatre & Dance
L21 Music Education

School of Health & Human Sciences
L18 Physical Education
L20 B-K Certification

School of Education
L05 Education of Deaf Children

 

Applicants should complete the online application here: NC Teach Undergraduate Application. The following are priority deadlines in order to assure that the application can be reviewed before the beginning of the semester.

 

April 1 (priority deadline – Feb 1)             for summer semester admission
July 1 (priority deadline – April 1)            for fall admission
October 1                                                    for spring semester admission

 

Applicants who wish to claim North Carolina residency for tuition purposes must complete, sign, and return the enclosed North Carolina Residency Questionnaire.
Once application has been submitted, please mail the $45 check or money order made out to The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the North Carolina residency form (if applicable) and an official transcript from each college, university or community college attended to:

 

School of Education, Student Services – UNCG
Attn: Dr. Jacqueline Dozier
PO Box 26170
Greensboro, NC 27402

 

These may also be hand delivered to the UNCG Office of Student Services in the School of Education Building, room 142.

 

 

For additional information, please email: soeoss@uncg.edu.

 

 

 

NC TEACH Graduate Licensure-Only Application Process

Thank you for your interest in the NC Teach Graduate level program. The program is designed to offer lateral entry teachers the opportunity to earn an initial standard professional I license to teach in North Carolina. The teaching position must be located within 50 miles of UNCG.
NC Teach is a non-degree program. However, candidates should possess a four year degree from a regionally accredited college or university in the field they wish to teach with a cumulative GPA of 3.0. This expedites the candidate’s completion of the program. Candidates without a degree in the field must at least possess 24 credit hours in the content they wish to teach with a cumulative GPA of 3.0. Candidates who do not meet the GPA admission requirement may not be considered for the program.
We currently offer an initial license in the following areas:

 

Middle Grades (6-9)
(Math, Comprehensive Science, Language Arts,
Social Studies)

High School (9-12)
(Math, Comprehensive Science, English,
Social Studies, Latin)

K-12 Foreign Language
(Spanish, French)

 

Applications with all required official transcripts from all colleges attended and three strong letters of recommendation must be submitted online to the Graduate School by the following priority deadlines in order to assure that the application can be reviewed before the beginning of the semester.

 

April 1 (priority deadline – Feb 1)           for summer semester admission
July 1 (priority deadline – April 1)          for fall admission
October 1                                                   for spring semester admission

 

Applicants should complete the online application through the Graduate School website, http://grs.uncg.edu/apply-online/.
For additional information, please email: soeoss@uncg.edu.

 

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