Licensure patches are individualized based on an individual applicant’s earned degree and/or license. As such, the number of courses required varies. As part of the application process, you will work with the graduate counseling faculty and Licensing Advisor to determine your potential program plan.
No. The licensure patch is a non-degree program and is not eligible for financial aid.
Graduate counseling courses are offered during the summer, fall, and spring semesters. All courses that require on-campus meetings will be held on weekday evenings between 5-8pm to accommodate working professionals. Course offerings vary depending on the semester.
Applications for the licensure patch program are handled by the School of Education Licensing Advisor, Michael Harley. To begin the process, contact Michael Harley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be prepared to provide transcripts, syllabi from past courses, and licensure documentation.