The Lateral Entry curriculum provides you with the general knowledge and skills required by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction to receive a teaching certification.
Course work includes human growth and development, learning theory, instructional technology, school policies and procedures, home, school, and community collaborations and classroom organization and management to enhance learning. Courses offered by partnering senior institutions include instructional methods, literacy and diversity.
Graduates should meet the general competencies within the first three years of teaching, including a minimum of six semester hours per school year. Additional requirements, such as pre-service training and passing the PRAXIS, are required for licensure.