Business and Marketing Education Initial Licensure Program - Online and Distance Education

Business and Marketing Education Initial Licensure Program

 
Teacher Licensure | Business and Marketing Education Initial Licensure Program

Business and Marketing Education Initial Licensure Program

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Are you working as a Lateral Entry/Residency-licensed business teacher or marketing teacher in a middle school or high school? The Initial Licensure Program (ILP) in Business and Marketing Education is a 12-credit online program designed specifically for provisional licensed teachers currently working in a business and marketing middle or high school classroom.

Consisting of three courses in the Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences, our initial licensure program is one of the lateral entry programs in the Alternative Teacher Education Program offered at NC State. Courses are offered as extension courses and delivered entirely online, asynchronous, and include field-based experiences.

This program may lead to Professional Licensure.

Eligibility

Admissions requirements for the ILP include:

  • Employed as a Lateral Entry (provisional license) teacher in a NC public school system;
  • A bachelor's degree in business, marketing, business or marketing education, or related area from an accredited college or university;
  • Overall GPA of at least 2.75;
  • An official copy of final college or university transcripts with GPA and degree posted;
  • Completed NC State Lateral Entry Application;
  • Signed Licensure Plan (provided by NCSU);

Plan of Study

This licensure program requires 12 credit hours. All three courses are currently offered in Fall and Spring semesters, so the ILP could be completed within a year if there are no other required courses in the content area. Students must make a minimum grade of a B in both ECI 561 and ECI 562 to continue in the program.

Career Prospects

This licensure program is designed specifically for provisional licensed teachers currently  teaching business and marketing courses in North Carolina middle and secondary public schools. Students who complete the program are qualified to “upgrade” alternative licensure to a continual professional license by the State of North Carolina as business and marketing education teachers (for grades 6-12). These licenses are part of the state's licenses in Career and Technical Education.