Bookmark and Share

Teacher Licensure - Post Baccalaureate

Start Today!

Find out more information about our Post Baccalaureate Teacher Licensure at Queens.

Request Information
Information Session
Apply Now

In addition to providing graduate programs,the Education Division has developed individual programs for post-baccalaureate, non-degree candidates seeking initial North Carolina Class "A" licensure. 

Queens University of Charlotte is accredited by the state of North Carolina to offer licensure in the following areas:
  • Elementary Education (K-6)
  • Secondary Education (9-12) in the areas of English, Mathematics, Biology, History, General Social Studies, or Chemistry
  • Spanish or French (K-12)
With the exception of the student teaching practicum,all education course work can be completed in the evening. Content area courses required for secondary licensure (9-12) in English are offered in the evenings. Content courses for licensure in other areas of secondary (9-12) and K-12 Spanish or French are available for students who can take classes during the day.

Rachel Sprankle "As a graduate, you learn the research behind your teaching methods. You see that what you are doing is having a positive impact on your students."
- Rachael Sprankle, M.Ed. ‘13
Cato

The Program

Find out more about this one of a kind program at Queens...

Cato Difference

The Cato School Difference

The Cato School prepares students to be school leaders in a variety of educational contexts. 

Admissions

Admissions

Get started with the Master of Arts in Educational Leadership today.

  • Facebook
  • YouTube
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
Latest Tweet