For the college's coronavirus updates, please visit http://www.cpcc.edu/coronavirus.
As of July 14, NC Gov. Roy Cooper announced the state will remain in Phase Two for another three weeks, at least until Aug. 7
Central Piedmont announced July 7, that fall semester classes will begin on Aug. 10, and be taught in multiple formats – online, hybrid, blended, and face-to-face. The majority of students will come to campus a minimal number of times, with the rest of their instruction occurring online. Registration for fall semester classes is open at www.cpcc.edu/admissions/registration.
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There is a critical teacher shortage in North Carolina, particularly in rural counties. Help address that shortage. Study to become a teacher in North Carolina — earn an Associate in Arts or an Associate in Science in teacher preparation from Central Piedmont.
What You Will Learn
The Associate in Arts (A.A.) and Associate in Science (A.S.) degrees ensure you can transfer to a four-year institution having already fulfilled general education and major-specific course requirements. The Central Piedmont teacher preparation degree includes required education courses and prepares you to transition into a teaching career after completing your degree at the four-year institution. If you are currently pursuing an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree, you can take the required education courses to earn the teaching preparation degree.
Why Choose Central Piedmont
Due to our Comprehensive Articulation Agreement with the 17 public universities in North Carolina, you can transfer up to 60 general education and major course credits to a UNC institution — meaning you can enter a four-year, public college as a junior. Many students choose this path in order to not incur a lot of student debt. That's because at Central Piedmont, you can save more than $38,000 in tuition over two years, compared to many four-year schools.
With the Career & College Promise dual enrollment teacher education pathway, you can start studying to be a teacher while you're still in high school — graduate high school having already completed some of the requirements to earn a degree to teach.
Real World Education
At Central Piedmont, your education goes beyond what you learn in class. We offer numerous opportunities for you to enhance your learning — and to make friends, network, and pursue your passions — through clubs and organizations, sports, events and activities, leadership opportunities, job experience, volunteer experiences, visual and performing arts, and even international experiences.