Meet the Faculty
The BA in Education and Human Development in teaching and school leadership prepares you for a career as an educator and to earn one of many initial licensures. Our residency style preparation program offers you multiple and deep experiences in the schools starting in Freshman year that build toward a final, fulltime residency year in one of several districts with whom we partner. You’ll learn best practices from dedicated teachers, school administrators and award-winning faculty in residency programs perfected and proven over more than 25 years of ongoing work with partner schools. Deep preparation and community connections help our graduates stand out. They are recognized as among the most prepared in the nation to support diverse languages, cultures and abilities in schools. Towards the end of your program, you may opt to apply to our BA to MA program which will allow you to apply nine credits of your BA program to an MA.
Meet the Faculty
Bachelor's to Master'sCU Denver’s BA to MA program (BAMA) in Education and Human Development is an expedient option designed to allow CU Denver students to complete both an undergraduate degree in Education and Human Development and a master’s degree in as little as five years.
The Partnership for Rural Educator PreparationThe University of Colorado Denver has partnered with two Colorado rural community colleges to create innovative pathways to a bachelor’s degree that can be completed in its entirety at the community college. We currently have partnerships with Otero College in La Junta and the other with Trinidad State College in Trinidad and Alamosa.
Additional options exist for students pursuing majors in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences to also complete a secondary teaching license. For more information, please email email@example.com.
CLAS Majors Who Can Pursue the Secondary Teaching License – English Literature, Political Science, History, Spanish, and French.