Degree: MA License
Clasroom Type: On campus
Prepares individuals holding a bachelor's degree from many fields to teach in diverse elementary classrooms in as little as a year. Features a residency program perfected and proven through almost 30 years of ongoing work with partner schools. Graduates are highly qualified and well-prepared to support and understand the potential of their students.
Interest Categories: Education & Counseling
Campus: CU Denver
CU Denver’s MA in Teaching (MAT) with an elementary education teaching license expertly prepares you to teach in diverse elementary classrooms in as little as a year. Designed for students who hold a bachelor’s degree in a variety of field’s, this graduate program supports you in pursuing your dream to be a teacher. Learning from dedicated teachers and award-winning faculty in a residency program perfected and proven through almost 30 years of ongoing work with partner schools make our program – and our graduates – stand out. You’ll leave the program highly qualified and well-prepared to support and understand the potentials of your students.
In this concentration you will:
As one of the top education schools in the country, we’re proud to help people like you become teachers. At CU Denver’s School of Education & Human Development, you’ll be surrounded by other committed, talented students who are determined to make a positive impact in the classroom. They are drawn to our program because they want a deeper level of preparedness –one that will support their own development as culturally competent individuals and teachers, light a fire for social justice, and allow them to give their best to every student, every day. The School of Education & Human Development is regularly ranked as a top graduate school and “best online” experiences by U.S. News & World Report. We match your passion for teaching with an education that is rooted in diversity, technology, proven approaches and real-world practice. That’s why our graduates are prepared to make immediate and life-long impacts on people, communities and the world.
Recommended Completion Time:18 months
Required Credits for Completion:51 Credits
Summer Semester: February 15
Fall Semester: April 1
Due to the rigorous nature of teacher preparation as guided by state and national accreditation standards, pre-planning steps are necessary before applying to the Teaching program. Please note that these steps must be taken and more time may be needed in order to meet specific deadlines. Phone or in person appointments with the department advisor are highly recommended in order to determine the best time for applicants to apply.
Contact us to learn more about the application process at 303-315-6300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall: April 1; Summer: February 15
We welcome applications from motivated individuals who have bachelor's degrees and a strong passion for education.