School Administration (Add-on Licensure)
NOW accepting applications for SUMMER 2014 & FALL 2014 semesters.
The Add-on Licensure (AOL) Program is a non-degree program that prepares students to meet the North Carolina State Requirements for principal licensure.
Candidates must hold a master's degree in education (or a related field) from a regionally accredited institution and have completed three years of classroom teaching (or have experience in a related area such as media specialist, guidance counselor or technology facilitator). The 24 semester hour program includes 9 hours of school-based courses.
For a comprehensive overview of the Add-on Licensure Program, please:
- Read the Guide to ASU's School Administration Add-on Licensure
- Visit the academic department website and licensure program page
- Contact the Program Manager at email@example.com for customized advice.
This program prepares individuals for a school principalship at all levels of public school and leads to initial licensure as a school administrator in North Carolina.
Method of Delivery:
This program is a web-delivered program of study organized around cohorts.
A cohort is a group of students who begin, pursue, and finish the ASU-delivered course of study simultaneously. Cohorts will only begin when there are a sufficient number of eligible students enrolled.
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*You may also express interest in having the program delivered at other locations by completing this electronic form. Please be aware that expressions of interest are relayed to the academic departments where decisions are made about where programs will be offered.
This program is designed to be completed in four semesters. Two courses are offered in each cohort each semester (Fall, Spring & Summer).
- hold a Master's Degree with at least 3.0 GPA from a regionally accredited institution.
- have at least 3 years of successful licensed teaching experience or successful licensed experience in another related area of public school work (e.g. counseling, media specialist, etc.).
- hold a valid license to teach and/or practice one of the other educational specialties in NC public school.
- Completed online application to graduate school
- Official (sealed) transcript from each college or university attended (other than ASU)
- Three references
- Writing sample
- Application Fee
Note: Test scores are not required for this program.
Click here to access Graduate School application information, requirements, and the online application for admission.
Applications must be complete (online application submitted, the fee paid, and all required supporting documents received by the Graduate School) and ready for review by the applicable deadline. If it appears to be too late to apply, please contact the Program Manager to discuss options.
State regulations may require all institutions of higher education (including Appalachian State) that deliver online instruction to students located within their borders to have written authorization to do so. If you reside outside of North Carolina and intend to apply to one of Appalachian’s ONLINE distance education programs, please notify the Program Manager.
For information or questions related to the application process, please contact:
Ms. Lindsay Parker
Toll-Free Phone: 800-355-4084, x 7334
Direct Phone: 828-262-7334
Dr. Roma Angel
Toll-free Phone: 800-355-4084, x 2109
Direct Phone: 828-262-2109
ASU Box 32054
2nd Floor, University Hall
400 University Hall Drive
Boone, NC 28608