The Applied Developmental Sciences and Special Education Ph.D. concentration/strand provides a rigorous theoretical and interdisciplinary foundation for aspiring scholars driven to advance knowledge about human development from early childhood through adolescence.
The add-on licensure program in B-K/Pre-K is designed for early childhood professionals who want to earn credentials for teaching young children
The Culture, Curriculum and Teacher Education Ph.D. concentration/strand is designed for scholars and researchers who will study the linguistic, social and cultural contexts of education from classrooms to communities.
The ECIFS specialty area of the MEdX program is designed for working early childhood professionals motivated to refine and expand their practice, with options for currently licensed teachers and for those seeking initial licensure.
The Ph.D. in Education offers four concentrations/strands that produce educational researchers trained to interrogate, investigate and meet the challenges facing schools and other educational environments today.
MEITE prepares you to invent the future of education by combining the learning sciences with the latest advancements in technology to produce high-quality edtech products and curricular materials.
The Ed.D. program is designed to equip experienced and practice-focused educational leaders with understandings, skills and knowledge to effectively drive improvement in school systems and other professional settings.
The Graduate Certificate in Qualitative Studies prepares students to conduct rigorous, thoughtful, careful and credible qualitative research.
HDFS is a bachelor's degree pre-professional program that will empower you to pursue further education or join careers to improve the lives of children, their families, and their communities.
The Music Education Licensure Program allows you to complete coursework and student teaching, qualifying you for K-12 teaching licensure.
The LSPS program prepares graduates for research careers developing new understandings of how people learn, how technology can be used to enhance learning, and what classroom designs maximize student learning.
Carolina’s MAT is grounded in rigorous academic and clinical experiences that will help you expand and build your professional knowledge and skills in preparation for becoming an educator.
The Master of Education for Experienced Teachers is a part-time program designed for experienced teachers with at least two years of experience who wish to expand and refine their understanding of teaching and learning.
The Minor in Education allows you to deepen your knowledge and develop a critical understanding of a educational issues and apply them across a wide array of career opportunities.
Pathway to Practice NC is a joint program between UNC-Chapel Hill and NC State University designed to help emergency licensed teachers on a residency/temporary license in North Carolina schools earn their teaching certification.
The Ph.D. in Policy, Leadership and School Improvement produces scholars, administrators, and analysts who are prepared to take leadership roles in K-12 systems, universities, research organizations and policy-making bodies.
Pre-MAT is an early affiliation option for current UNC-Chapel Hill undergraduate students. When you choose to affiliate with our MAT program, you are eligible to receive graduate studies credit while you are pursuing your bachelor's degree.
The MSA is designed for educators who are striving to assume leadership positions and to help their communities pursue a vision of educational equity and support for all learners.
The School Administration Add-on Licensure program is for educators who already have a master’s degree and want to assume leadership positions in their school communities.
Become licensed to be a school counselor through a program that focuses on building students' strengths and advocating for environments that foster positive youth development.
The School Psychology doctoral program is a sequenced and cumulative program that leads to licensure as a psychologist, and prepares students to be researchers and service providers in assessment, intervention, prevention, health promotion, and program development/evaluation.
Open to all Carolina undergraduate students, Thrive@Education gives you connections to campus resources and tools so that you can more deeply engage with your learning and support your well-being.
Carolina undergraduates majoring in mathematics or science can take coursework which allows them to get their N.C. high school mathematics or science teaching license while they work to earn their degree.