Teacher Licensure - Post Baccalaureate
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.
- Rachael Sprankle, M.Ed. ‘13
The Cato School Difference
The Cato School prepares students to be school leaders in a variety of educational contexts.