University of Colorado Denver's BA in Education and Human Development with an English education teaching license expertly prepares you to teach English to adolescents from diverse backgrounds, languages, and cultures as they develop an appreciation for literature, writing and new media.
At CU Denver, you’ll learn from nationally and internationally recognized faculty members who are known for innovation and research in literacy and English education. These are your mentors! You’ll be surrounded by other committed, innovative and compassionate students who crave a deeper level of preparedness—one that will allow them to give their best to every student, every day.
You may be starting college for the first time, transferring from another institution, or returning to the university setting after years away. Regardless, you’ll join a top education school with collaborative teams of dedicated teachers and award-winning faculty who will prepare you for success in any classroom anywhere.
In this program you will:
Many universities and colleges promise a teacher residency with experiential learning under a teacher mentor. Few can deliver one as well-supported and prepared as ours. For more than 25 years, we have been working closely with area schools to create a proven residency program that supports your development as you work with teams of dedicated practicing teachers, teacher leaders and university faculty in local schools. Further, because of our urban location and partnerships in rural settings across Colorado as well as our emphasis on teaching in diverse contexts, our graduates are ready to lead and make a difference in any middle school or high school classroom, in any district or context. Starting in your first year, you’ll be placed in a partner school to begin observations and real-world experiences in public schools. In your final year, these experiences culminate in a full-time student teaching residency where you can experience life as a teacher and begin to hone your craft as a professional educator.
The School of Education & Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver attracts students who are passionate about careers in teaching. We match their passion by offering an education that is grounded 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.
Employers understand that CU Denver graduates bring extreme value to their teams. Human resource directors, principals and superintendents tell us that CU Denver candidates enter their first year of teaching with the knowledge, skills and confidence of second- and third-year teachers.
To earn this 126 credit hour BA in Education and Human Development with a teaching license in English Language Arts (7-12), students must satisfy all requirements in each of the three areas below. Students should declare their intent to pursue an English Language Arts (7–12) license with their academic advisor as early as possible to avoid taking classes that do not count toward the degree or licensure.
Our program seeks individuals who wish to teach as a career. We accept applications from incoming first-year students, current students at CU Denver, students transferring from community colleges or four-year institutions, individuals who are working as paraprofessionals, assistant teachers or developmental intervention assistants. This program has rolling admissions, applications close per semester as follows: For more information, please contact: School of Education & Human Development
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Our program seeks individuals who wish to teach as a career. We accept applications from incoming first-year students, current students at CU Denver, students transferring from community colleges or four-year institutions, individuals who are working as paraprofessionals, assistant teachers or developmental intervention assistants.
This program has rolling admissions, applications close per semester as follows:
For more information, please contact:
School of Education & Human Development