Library & Information Science (LIS)

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Special Endorsement in Computer Education

The PB Certificate is an add-on license for students who already have an undergraduate degree and teaching license. No Praxis test is required for this license. No GRE or MAT score is required for admission to this program.

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Program Contact

Tammy Gruer
School Library and Licensure Program Coordinator
(336) 334-3285


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Successful completion of this program culminates in a certificate, not a degree.

Program of Study

Candidates take 18 graduate semester hours of coursework which include the following six courses:

  • LIS 630: Computer-Related Technologies for Info Management (3)
  • LIS 631: Emerging Technological Trends in Info Access (3)
  • LIS 635: Libraries and Technology (3)
  • LIS 672: Instructional Design (3)
  • SES 662: Assistive Technology for Inclusive Education (3)
  • TED 610: Integrating Technology into Subject Matter Instruction (3)

Additional LIS Licensure Program Requirements

All LIS licensure candidates are required to:

    • Submit a Candidate Agreement form to the school library program coordinator.
    • Maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
    • Archive all course assignments required as evidence for accreditation and post them to your final portfolio by the last semester of the program.
    • Score 3 or above on all teaching dispositions.

      Our goal is for every student in the School of Education (SOE) to be able to focus on their studies and not on student debt. A variety of financial aid is available to our students, including scholarships based on academic merit and financial need. We invite you to explore the many scholarship opportunities offered in the School of Education.