FULLY ONLINE PROGRAM AVAILABLE
The Post-Master’s Certificate in School Administration (P.M.C.) at UNC Greensboro is intended for students who already hold a Master’s degree in Education or in a field that is closely affiliated with youth and adult development and who have at least three (3) years teaching or other relevant professional educational experience. It is a 24-27 credit hour program that includes academic coursework and a year-long Internship. The P.M.C. meets the requirements of the state legislation that supports an alternative path to school administration licensure.
The P.M.C. in School Administration is designed to help build skills to meet the needs of all students and have a significant impact beyond the classroom. Students will learn about being a principal while studying anywhere, anytime in a convenient, first-rate program.
The Post-Master’s Certificate in School Administration is designed for students with a Master’s in Education or in a closely related field. Students should have at least three years of teaching or other relevant professional educational experience. This program includes a year-long internship.
Required Field Experiences (12 hours)
Upon program completion, students will be eligible for positions such as:
The UNC Greensboro School of Education’s and Graduate School’s formal admission requirements specify the following for the Post Masters Certificate program:
Admissions decisions are based on an applicant’s full set of application materials. All evidence about a prospective student, including the criteria listed above, work experience, letters of reference and recommendations, and the individual’s personal statement will be considered in making admissions decisions. In certain cases, applicants may be granted provisional admission, with a stipulation that they will be granted full admission upon successfully completing a specified number of coursework credits in the program. Faculty members engage in a collaborative, rigorous review of applicants.
The department’s formal admission requirements for a post-masters certificate are the following:
Currently, UNC Greensboro is authorized to offer online education in all 50 states and Puerto Rico. Find out more about State Authorization — a law that regulates in which states colleges and universities can offer education. UNC Greensboro does not guarantee that programs which fulfill North Carolina licensure requirements will satisfy the criteria of professional licensure boards in other states or territories. For further explanation, visit Professional Licensure.
Degree Type: Graduate Certificate
College/School: School of Education
Program Type: Graduate Certificate
Class Type: In Person,Online
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Dr. Brian Clarida