At UNC Charlotte, programs in the licensed professions are designed to fulfill the educational prerequisites for licensure in North Carolina. This means that, when a student graduates from a UNC Charlotte professional program, he or she has the minimum educational qualifications to sit for North Carolina licensure in his/her field.
For other U.S. states and territories, this may or may not be the case. Within a given profession, educational requirements vary from state to state. To assist students who now live or may one day live outside of North Carolina, UNC Charlotte is currently developing a resource that explains whether each UNC Charlotte professional program fulfills educational prerequisites for licensure in each U.S. state and territory. Until that resource is published, students who want assistance making this determination for themselves can contact either their
- Academic program office
- Profession's licensure board in the state of interest.
The links below make it easier to find contact information for both academic departments and licensure boards in the fifty U.S. states and territories.
ADULT-GERONTOLOGY ACUTE CARE NURSE PRACTITIONER
CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING
COMMUNITY PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING
- UNC Charlotte Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
- UNC Charlotte Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
- UNC Charlotte Engineering Technology and Construction Management Department
- UNC Charlotte Mechanical Engineering Department
- UNC Charlotte Systems Engineering and Engineering Management Department
- National Society of Professional Engineers
- UNC Charlotte Geography and Earth Sciences Department
- National Association of State Boards of Geology
- UNC Charlotte Continuing Education
- American Academy of Professional Coders
- American Health Information Management Association
- UNC Charlotte Public Health Sciences Department
- National Commission for Health Education Credentialing