Auburn University Professional Licensure
Auburn University offers a variety of degree programs that lead to professional licensure. The U.S. Department of Education requires that all colleges and universities communicate licensure information about their programs to prospective and current students.
The links below provide details for every program at Auburn University which leads to licensure or certification. Most of the time, each state in the United States has a special licensing board for a particular field. The requirements for licensure or certification can vary by state.
You can select a major or degree program that leads to professional licensure or certification; then, find out whether the program “meets” or “does not meet” the requirements necessary for licensure in each state. On occasion, it may be possible that we were “unable to determine” if Auburn’s program meets a specific state’s licensure/certification requirement.
We hope this information is useful as you begin to consider your post-graduation plans. Please use the links provided to check the requirements for licensure in a particular state. For information on Distance Education (NC-SARA), click here.
Administration of Elementary and Secondary Education
Administration of Supervision and Curriculum
Business and Marketing Education
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling
Collaborative Teacher Special Education
Early Childhood Education
Early Childhood Special Education
English for Speakers of Other Languages
English-Language Arts Education
General Science Education
General Social Science Education
Intervention for Students with Autism and Developmental Disabilities
Music Education, Instramental
Music Education, Vocal Combined
Music Education, Vocal