Adult, Graduate and Online Programs
Greensboro College understands the challenges adult students face, and we offer a variety of opportunities to complete a bachelor’s degree, earn a master’s degree or pursue any of several paths to teacher licensure.
For adult undergraduates, in addition to our traditional degree programs, Greensboro College offers several programs designed to help you complete your degree. If you have an associate’s degree, or close to it in academic credit, one of these programs might be for you.
- Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Organizational Leadership and Management
- B.A. or B.S. in Criminal Justice
- B.A. or B.S. in Psychology
You can also complete your Education degree and earn your teaching license.
Greensboro College offers six graduate degrees:
- Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
- Master of Education in Birth-Kindergarten Education
- Master of Education in Elementary Education
- Master of Education in Special Education/General Curriculum or in Special Education/Adapted Curriculum
- Master of Arts in Theology, Ethics and Culture
- Licensure Plus Master of Arts in Teaching for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.
The college also offers its Licensure Plus program, designed for people who have bachelor’s degrees in fields other than education. This is a two-part program that enables participants to, first, obtain teacher licensure, and then obtain a Master of Education degree in Elementary Education, Special Education/General Curriculum or Special Education/Adapted Curriculum, along with advanced licensure.
Paths to teacher licensure at Greensboro College include:
- An undergraduate degree with licensure
- Post-baccalaureate licensure only
- Piedmont Alternative Licensure, an accelerated program for middle-grade, secondary, and K-12 teachers; for birth-kindergarten teachers; and for special education/adapted curriculum.
- Licensure Plus, a two-part program that enables participants with bachelor’s degrees to, first, obtain teacher licensure, and then obtain a Master of Education degree in Elementary Education, Special Education/General Curriculum or Special Education/Adapted Curriculum, along with advanced licensure.
Questions? Our Adult Admissions Counselor is ready to help: