Master of Arts in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education (Endorsement)

Degree Earned: MA Endorsement Prepares educators to become advocates for multilingual learners in school districts by exploring the opportunities and challenges among Latinx students. Graduates help meet the need for leadership in Colorado and nationwide as the Latinx population grows and the achievement gap for students widens.

Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education

Degree Earned: MA Prepares educators to work in inclusive and diverse early learning environments with young children (infancy through age eight). Graduates gain practices that embrace the whole child in culturally and linguistically diverse public school or community-based early childhood education settings, emphasizing family-centered practices. It is offered in on-campus, hybrid, or fully online formats.

Master of Science in Mathematics Education

Degree Earned: MS Designed for licensed teachers who want to delve into mathematics theory while developing research-based teaching practices that support students' mathematics learning.

Educational Specialist in Leadership for Educational Organizations, Principal (License)

Degree Earned: EdS License Designed for individuals whose next career goal is to become a school principal. It is well-suited for individuals who already have a master's degree plus a teaching license or a master's degree with a special services license. Graduates receive the skills critical to success as a leader and to encourage diversity, equity, and social justice at elementary, middle, or high schools.

Undergraduate Certificate in Pathways2Teaching, Paraprofessional

Degree Earned: Undergraduate Certificate Strives to create a new generation of community-responsive educators as it begins the journey for high school juniors and seniors to become teachers. Students earn transferable college credits toward a teaching degree. The program helps meet the demand for teachers in urban and rural communities and address a lack of diversity in the teacher workforce.

Bachelor of Arts in Education and Human Development, Early Childhood Education

Degree Earned: BA Allows students to obtain a bachelor's degree while completing field experiences and internships in place of employment. Graduates become professionals who create inclusive, culturally, and linguistically diverse public school or community-based early childhood education settings, emphasizing family-centered practices.

Graduate Certificate in Teaching for Cultural and Linguistic Diversity

Degree Earned: Graduate Certificate Provides content-area teachers (math, science, social studies, etc.) with a foundation of teaching content for multilingual students. The certificate is also valuable to content-area coaches or administrators with a commitment to diversity and social justice, and who provide support for teachers with multilingual learners in K - 12 classrooms.

Master of Arts in Teaching, World Languages, Spanish (License)

Degree Earned: MA License Prepares individuals in as little as a year to teach Spanish in diverse middle and high school classrooms. Features a residency program perfected and proven through almost 30 years of ongoing work with partner schools. Graduates are equipped to expand students' world views, language development, and interpretation skills.

Master of Arts in Teaching, World Languages, French (License)

Degree Earned: MA License Prepares individuals in as little as a year to teach French in diverse middle and high school classrooms. Features a residency program perfected and proven through almost 30 years of ongoing work with partner schools. Graduates are equipped to expand students' world views, language development, interpretation skills, and creative thinking.

Master of Arts in Teaching, Social Studies (License)

Degree Earned: MA License Prepares individuals to teach in diverse middle and high school classrooms and expand students' worldviews, support a global perspective, and deepen critical thinking and analysis skills. Features a residency program perfected and proven through almost 30 years of ongoing work with partner schools.

Master of Arts in Teaching, Special Education Generalist (License)

Degree Earned: MA License Prepares individuals to teach students of varying abilities in diverse elementary, middle, and high school classrooms, using an assets-based approach. Graduates are equipped to identify and champion the strengths and assets of children with differing abilities, helping meet a critical need.

Master of Arts in Teaching, Secondary Math (License)

Degree Earned: MA License Prepares educators to become effective, knowledgeable, and technology-savvy math teachers. Features a residency program perfected and proven through almost 30 years of ongoing work with partner schools. Graduates are equipped with state-of-the-art mathematics pedagogies, with a strong focus on technology integration and on equity in reaching diverse students.

Master of Arts in Special Education

Degree Earned: MA Prepares licensed teachers to identify and champion the strengths and assets of children with differing abilities. Graduates are equipped with the most impactful and effective skills for leading inclusive classrooms and collaborating with professionals in the field and the community.

Endorsement, Special Education Generalist

Degree Earned: Endorsement Prepares teachers holding an initial license to identify and champion the strengths and assets of individuals ages 5 - 21 with differing abilities, including those with identified disabilities. Designed for teachers who want an endorsement but are not seeking a master's, equipping them with impactful and effective skills for leading inclusive classrooms and collaborating with other professionals.

Master of Arts in Teaching, English Education (License)

Degree Earned: MA License Prepares individuals to teach English to diverse adolescents as they develop their reading and writing skills and an appreciation for literature. Features a residency program perfected and proven through almost 30 years of ongoing work with partner schools. Graduates gain in-depth knowledge that builds on their students' languages, abilities, cultures, and real-world experiences.

Master of Arts in STEM Education, Science

Degree Earned: MA Prepares licensed practicing teachers to think critically about the nature of science education from a research-oriented perspective. Graduates are positioned to be leaders in their communities and in diverse schools.

Doctor of Psychology, School Psychology

Degree Earned: PsyD License Offers comprehensive, supervised training and a strong foundation in school psychological theory and clinical practices that are evidence-based, culturally responsive, socially just, and collaborative. This is one of only 14 school psychology PsyD programs to receive APA accreditation (currently on contingency). A bilingual concentration is available. Graduates experience a 100% job placement rate.