PBC in Leadership in Infant and Toddler Learning

Program Overview

The online Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Leadership in Infant and Toddler Learning provides students with graduate-level training and a credential to pursue leadership positions in early care and education settings.

  • 100% online
  • 19 credit hours
  • Delivered in a synchronous (set class times) virtual classroom format
  • Available with additional LECE Certificate completion

Designed for individuals who currently hold a bachelor's degree in early childhood settings and who seek or require additional training for career advancement.


College is an investment in your future, but our goal is to give you an outstanding education at a reasonable cost. A quality education doesn’t have to come with sticker stock. You'll find our costs to be competitive with those of other top-tier universities.

Estimated Tuition & Fees (2020-21)

Residency Status

Per credit hour Est. program cost


This rate applies if you’re a legal resident of North Carolina.

$300 $5,700

Outside NC*

This rate applies if you're not a legal resident of North Carolina and receive online education outside NC.
(Learn more about the Outside NC tuition rate.)

$556 $10,560


This rate applies if you’re not a legal resident of North Carolina and receive online education in North Carolina.

$973 $18,476

*International students living outside the United States who are enrolled in our online programs pay the Outside NC rate. Any added taxes, including Value Added Tax, are the responsibility of the student. Learn more about the Outside NC tuition rate.

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UNC Greensboro does not guarantee that programs which fulfill North Carolina licensure requirements will satisfy the criteria of professional licensure boards in other states or territories. For further explanation, visit Professional Licensure.

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