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Alternative Licensure at ECU

Alternative Routes to teacher licensure allow persons with at least a bachelor's degree to work toward a teaching license through various routes.

Are you an individual who has the desire to share your knowledge and teach others? If so, then consider becoming a teacher through East Carolina University!

Requirements for acceptance to ECU Alternative Licensure Programs:

  • Have earned Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution
  • Have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 on a 4.0 scale (some exceptions see FAQ)
  • Have received a plan from the Office of Alternative Licensure in the College of Education.
  • Have been accepted by East Carolina University as a post-baccalaureate undergraduate teacher certification student

Select the Right Program for You:

For Additional Information, contact:

Susan Morgan

Coordinator of Alternative Licensure
109 Speight Building
College of Education
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858
alternativelicensure
@ecu.edu

252-328-2700
Fax: 252-737-2998

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Junior 2 Teaching Interns and Principal Fellows MSA Students Collaborate

On: 21 Nov 2014 14:01
Junior 2 Teaching Interns and Principal Fellows MSA Students Collaborate Something new and exciting is happening this semester in the COE that you might miss if you are not currently a Junior 2 intern or a Principal Fellow. The two programs are collaborating for the benefit of both student sets, and the process has been […]

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The Swivl is here.

On: 18 Nov 2014 13:00
What is the Swivl?  Swivl is a camera dock with a twist.  Instead of holding your camera still, the Swivl will follow you around the room, tracking you as you move around on stage or in front of an audience.  This device follows the paired mic wherever it goes.  It is compatible with Android and […]

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A New Model for Student Teaching

On: 13 Nov 2014 13:00
Traditionally, student teaching has involved the pairing of one teacher candidate (intern) with one experienced classroom teacher (clinical teacher).  Gradually, the intern takes on more and more responsibility in the classroom until he/she is functioning as the sole instructor.  Lead faculty in the College of Education are examining new models of student teaching in the […]

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What is the Senior Year Internship?

On: 11 Nov 2014 13:00
The Senior Year Internship is a required clinical experience for teacher education majors at East Carolina University.  It is a two-semester experience within a public school classroom, under the mentorship and coaching of a specially trained and licensed clinical teacher.  The Senior Year Internship is designed to provide students with opportunities to internalize and apply […]

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ITC in the College of Education

On: 10 Nov 2014 13:00
The ITC falls under the leadership of Dr. Diana Lys. It consists of professionals who can help support the integration of technology for teaching and learning. The mission of the COE Instructional Technology Center is to provide support for faculty, staff and students in the integration of technology for teaching and learning. The ITC supports […]

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ECU cannot confirm whether any of its courses or programs meet requirements for professional licensure outside of the State of North Carolina. ECU strongly encourages students to contact applicable licensing boards in states they wish to pursue licensure prior to seeking admission or beginning study in an academic program.