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This webpage serves as an information hub for undergraduate, graduate, and licensure-only students enrolled in programs leading to licensure in the School of Education, or in collaboration with The College of Arts and Sciences, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, and School of Library and Information Sciences. This webpage serves as a ready reference for information regarding students' successful progression through their programs.

Note: All documents and forms are provided in Adobe pdf format, and require a pdf reader to view. Free Adobe Reader. Some may be filled-out within the reader, then either printed, or saved and e-mailed (see Requestor for their preferred method). Some documents must be completed in Foliotek.

First- and Second-Degree Undergraduate Students, Licensure-Only, and Lateral Entry

School of Education College of Arts and Sciences College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Elementary (K-6) Comprehensive Science (Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, or Physics degree) Birth-Kindergarten
Middle Grades (6-9) Comprehensive Social Studies (History degree) Family and Consumer Sciences
Special Education: Adapted Curriculum (K-12) Dance (K-12) Physical Education (K-12)
Special Education: General Curriculum (K-12) English  
Special Education: Visual Impairment (K-12) Mathematics  
AIG Add-on Music (K-12)  
ESL Add-on Spanish (K-12)  
Reading Add-on Theater (K-12)  

Handbooks

  • Educator Preparation Program Handbook - Part 1
  • Educator Preparation Handbook - Part 2
  • Student Teaching Manual

Field Experiences

Field Experiences are described in the Educator Preparation Program Handbook - Part 2, which includes early field experiences, Level 1: Pre-Student Teaching, and Level 2: Student Teaching. Level 1 and Level 2 make up a year-long program. You must apply for Level 1 and Level 2 at the same time, which is by the end of the first full month of school (September or February) of the semester before Level 1 will begin.

Teacher Education Program (TEP) Application

The Teacher Education Program Admissions Application is in Foliotek. You must have a Foliotek account to apply. Please see your program coordinator to sign up for Foliotek and your advisor to apply for the Teacher Education Program. See admissions requirements (first degree, second degree, licensure-only) to ensure you meet requirements in a timely manner.

Student Teaching

The Level 1: Pre-Student Teaching and Level 2: Student Teaching Applications are in Foliotek. You must apply for Level 1 and Level 2 at the same time, which is by the end of the first full month of school (September or February) of the semester before Level 1 will begin. Please see your advisor to begin this process.

  • EPP Handbook - Part 2
  • Student Teaching Manual

Registrar's Graduation Forms

  • Academic Approval for Graduation
  • Application for Graduation

Supplemental Instruction Program

The Supplemental Instruction Program provides assistance with passing required tests (Praxis Core Academics, Praxis II, and/or Pearson Tests) and with support with course work.

Academic

Graduate Students

School of Education School of Library and Information Sciences College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Special Education: Behavioral/Emotional Disabilities (K-12)
School Media Specialist Family and Consumer Sciences (6-12)
Special Education: Learning Disabilities (K-12)
  Physical Education (K-12)
Special Education: Early Language and Learning
   
Special Education: Visual Impairment (K-12)
   
Educational Technology Specialist    
School Administration    
School Counseling    
Speech Pathologist    

Applications

  • Online Application for Graduate Admissions
  • Online Special Student Application
  • Licensure Only Application
  • Teacher Education Program (TEP) Application (available on Foliotek, see your advisor to begin application process)

Handbooks

  • SOE Graduate Student Handbook
  • Counselor Education Handbook
  • MSA Program Student Handbook

Special Graduate Student Forms

  • Transfer of Credit

SOE Graduation Forms

  • Admission to Candidacy-Portfolio
  • Admission to Candidacy-Thesis
  • Application for Master's Comprehensive Examination
  • SOE Degree Checkout

Registrar's Graduation Forms

  • Academic Approval for Graduation
  • Application for Graduation

NCDPI Licensure for NCCU EPP Completers

Program completers are guided through the application process during their internship. Candidates who are not required to complete an internship (e.g., lateral entry candidates) should contact their program coordinators for information. The instructions and paperwork are in Foliotek.  Candidates apply through NCCU's Licensure Office and NCCU's Licensure Officer submits the licensure candidates for applicants.

 
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