Classroom Type: Online and on campus classes
Created for individuals who wish to delve into the latest research and practices on learners' cognition, motivation, engagement, growth, and development in various formal and informal learning contexts.
Interest Categories: Cultural Diversity & Global Perspectives Education & Counseling Social & Behavioral Sciences
Campus: CU Denver
Is neuroscience helping us understand the brain to inform how we support learners? How can we design learning environments to improve students’ motivation to learn and grow? How can I best facilitate learning with diverse students while utilizing developmentally and culturally appropriate practices? As a student in the concentration, you’ll explore these interesting questions.
Our graduates go on to teach and lead in K-12 schools, community colleges and universities. They also lead in community organizations. Many of our MA students are preparing for doctoral studies in educational psychology, psychology, learning sciences, human development and related fields.
The degree is part of CU Denver’s Personalized Professional Master’s Degree™. Join an innovative program that provides courses to deepen your expertise in the field of learning. At the same time, this Personalized Professional Master’s Degree allows you to customize your curriculum by selecting from courses outside of the main area of focus according to your own needs and interests. Please discuss your course options with your faculty advisor.
The School of Education & Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver attracts students who are passionate about careers in education. We match their passion with an education that is rooted in diversity, technology, proven approaches and real-world practice. That is why our graduates are prepared to make immediate and life-long impacts on people, communities and the world.
Recommended Completion Time:2 to 3 years
Required Credits for Completion:30
We practice "rolling admission" and after your application is complete, we strive to notify you of your admission status in no more than two to three weeks.
The following deadlines are firm, early submissions are encouraged.
Fall Semester: June 1
Spring Semester: November 1
Summer Semester: April 1
Admissions Interview: An interview may be required as part of the admissions process. If so, applicants will be contacted with more details.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-315-6300.
Our program was created for individuals who wish to understand the latest research and practices on learning in the interdisciplinary field of educational psychology, psychology, learning sciences or human development while engaging in dynamic interactions with faculty. Many of our graduates pursue doctoral degrees.