Licensure Plus in Elementary or Special Education

Licensure Plus

Licensure Plus is a two-step program leading to initial licensure and then to a master’s degree. The program is designed for individuals who have a bachelor’s degree but who did not major in education, and who now want to teach.

Greensboro College offers:

    • Small, informal classes
    • Flexible scheduling of classes
    • Evening classes back to back
  • Full summer schedule of classes
  • Transfer for up to 9 graduate credits

Special Education

STEP ONE leads to initial licensure:

  • Standard Professional 1 License (SP1) in Special Education – General Curriculum or Special Education/Adapted Curriculum

STEP TWO leads to

  • M.Ed. in Special Education/General Curriculum or Special Education/Adapted Curriculum
  • Advanced licensure

Special Education General Curriculum admission requirements and curriculum

Special Education Adapted Curriculum admission requirements and curriculum

Elementary Education

The Two Steps of the Elementary Education Licensure Plus Program: STEP ONE (40-48 credit hours) leads to initial licensure:

  • Standard Professional 1 License (SP1) in Elementary Education

STEP TWO (22-24 credit hours) leads to

  • M.Ed. in Elementary Education
  • Advanced licensure

Elementary Education admission requirements and curriculum

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Licensure Plus Application

Licensure Plus Reference Assessment (download and print)

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