Our undergraduate programs include K-12 licensure programs, which lead to initial employment (and licensure) in K-12 schools, as well as prepare professionals for working with infants, toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarteners in early care settings. Our graduate programs provide masters level licensure in special education and literacy education.
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A Residency License (RL) allows individuals to work as licensed teachers in North Carolina while they complete licensure coursework. Appalachian State University has developed graduate certificate programs to meet the Residency Licensure requirements. This department offers residency licensure for the following programs:
- Birth-Kindergarten Education
- Special Education
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