Graduate Certificate in Applied Measurement

New Degree Earned: Graduate Certificate Campus: CU Denver Online Learn to measure the abstract variables used in daily decision-making. This involves deep critical thinking skills and the ability to combine statistical learning with understandings of human behavior. Individuals working in social sciences, education and mental health and who want to deepen their knowledge of diversity, respect, equity and inclusiveness may be particularly interested in this offering.

Doctor of Philosophy in Education and Human Development, Early Childhood Policy

Degree Earned: PhD Campus: CU Denver Prepares candidates to be leaders, policymakers, policy advisors and analysts, faculty members, and researchers who successfully shape, direct, implement, and evaluate early childhood services, infrastructure, and policy and contribute to the scholarly knowledge that undergirds the discipline. Graduates will enter a growing and dynamic field with burgeoning research about the critical years in children's brain development, learning, and health. This concentration holds institutional and system reform as its unit of change and equity in opportunity and outcomes as the purpose for change.

Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education, Boulder Journey School Partnership

Degree Earned: MA Campus: Online A new online MA in Early Childhood Education to study innovation for children birth to age 8, at Boulder Journey School, inspired by the schools for young children in Reggio Emilia, Italy. Study quality multi-media examples of learning and teaching, engage in collaborative examination of documentation, and develop interpretations and new practices to innovate the field of Early Childhood Education.

Master of Arts in Learning Design and Technology, Digital Media for Teaching and Learning, St. Vrain Valley School District Cohort

Degree Earned: MA Campus: Off campus Online Equips educators with teacher leadership skills which include inquiry-based learning design, mentoring and coaching strategies, professional learning design and facilitation strategies, and knowledge of emerging technologies that will engage students and colleagues in today’s flipped classrooms, remote, and hybrid learning environments.

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

Degree Earned: EdS License Campus: CU Denver Online 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.

Master of Arts in Learning, Developmental and Family Sciences, Human Development and Family Relations

Degree Earned: MA Campus: CU Denver Prepares students to serve culturally and linguistically diverse families and individuals in a variety of community settings and social service organizations. The curriculum stresses the importance of family diversity and social justice. This MA is also suitable for graduate students preparing for doctoral studies in family science and human development or related areas.

Doctor of Education in Leadership for Educational Equity, Executive Leadership

Degree Earned: EdD License Campus: CU Denver Offers a unique opportunity for current and aspiring leaders in schools and other educational organizations to study with nationally and internationally known scholars and practitioners. Coursework focuses on knowledge and skills around managing talent and finances, building strategic partnerships, leading innovation and change, and planning for future-ready schools and organizations.

Doctor of Education in Leadership for Educational Equity, Early Childhood Education

Degree Earned: EdD Campus: CU Denver Designed to prepare highly competent professionals to become leaders and advocates for all children and their families from an equity and inclusive excellence perspective. Graduates lead system and policy development in inclusive, culturally, and linguistically diverse child care, school, and community settings for children birth to age eight, their families, and their educators.