Certificate and Licensure

Certificate and licensure programs are eligible for aid as a graduate or second degree seeking student depending on the specific program. Most graduate and second degree seeking students admitted into a degree or eligible certificate program are eligible for Federal Student Loans only. Not all certificate or licensure programs are eligible for aid. Here is a list of eligible certificate and licensure programs:

Awarded based off of Graduate Students guidelines:

  • Graduate Certificate in Information Technology
  • Graduate Certificate in School Administration
  • Graduate Initial Licensure Certificate for Birth-Kindergarten
  • Graduate Certificate in Dietetics Internship Program
  • Graduate Certificate in Business Foundations
  • Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Gerontology
  • Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics
  • Graduate Certificate in Information Technology Development
  • Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security
  • Graduate Certificate in Urban and Economic Development

Awarded based off of Undergraduate Second Degree Students guidelines:

  • Post-Baccalaureate Alternative Initial Licensure (PAIL)
  • NC TEACH Post-Baccalaureate Licensure Program

The Premedical and Predental Post-Baccalaureate Program in the Biology department is not a certificate. Those students are admitted and awarded as Undergraduate Second Degree Students.