Frequently Asked Questions


What are the program offerings of UNC Grad School?

Currently, we have 18 graduate programs that you can choose from. Below is the completed list of these programs with additional details on the available tracks:


  • Master of Arts in Education
  • Educational Leadership and Management
  • Special Education
  • Guidance and Counseling with thesis
  • Guidance and Counseling without thesis
  • Administration and Supervision
  • Educational Management
  • Master of Arts in Filipino
  • Master of Arts in English
  • Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics
  • Master of Science in Environmental Science
  • Ecology
  • Chemistry/Biology
  • General Science Education
  • Master of Library and Information Science
  • Master of Public Administration
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Doctor of Education (Filipino)
  • Doctor of Education (Educational Leadership)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Behavioral Management)

How many units can I take in a regular semester? How about during summer?

Good question! In graduate school, you can have a maximum of 15 units every semester. For summer term, you are allowed to have as much as 12 units.

What's the total required units to finish a certain program?

The number of required units to finish a program in graduate school varies from 36 to 39 units.

Could you tell me more about the Center for Adult and Lifelong Learning (CALL)?

You can visit for more details.

Can I get credits from the certificate programs I took from the Center for All?

Great question! Yes, as long as the description of your courses in Center for All matches the description of subjects in the graduate school program. You can always contact us through [email protected] to discuss further about this option.