Fleer Students (Men and Women over 23)
Men and women enrolled at Salem College through the Martha H. Fleer Center for Adult Studies will pursue the same courses of study as traditional undergraduate candidates. Fleer students should seek advising from the Director of Teacher Education early in their degree programs to ensure that they complete appropriate coursework as well as apply for formal admission to Teacher Education and Graduate Studies.
The Bachelor of Arts in Teaching, Schools, and Society is available along with other College majors for Fleer students who plan to teach elementary education (grades K-6) and general curriculum special education (K-12). Fleer students seeking licensure in elementary or special education will complete general education course requirements, professional studies core requirements and specific specialty-area course requirements. Fleer students who seek middle/secondary licensure (grades 6-12) typically major in the content area they wish to teach and complete professional studies and program courses in their area of specialty. Licensure programs incorporate professional studies course requirements and specific specialty-area course requirements.
The teacher education program at Salem College has been approved by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI). These accreditations make it possible for graduates to be licensed in most states.