Master's Programs

Endorsement, Director of Special Education

New Degree Earned: Endorsement University of Colorado Denver’s Director of Special Education endorsement program includes 150 clinical practice (internship) hours. It provides the coursework necessary for a practicing P-12 educator with a principal license and a master’s in Special Education or equivalent degree accepted by the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) to receive the Director of Special Education endorsement from CDE.

Doctor of Education in Leadership for Educational Equity, Justice, Equity, and Diverse Identities (JEDI)

Degree Earned: EdD This EdD concentration focuses on education for justice, equity and diverse identities (e.g., Latine, Black, AANAPI, LGBTQIA+, and dis/ability) and allows students to pursue research of interest that is adjacent to or within one of the above areas. The concentration area is designed to equip educators with the knowledge and resources to see opportunities in the range of complex challenges facing the education system and ground their approach in transdisciplinary and critical frameworks to advocate for educational equity and transformative, liberatory education.

BA in Education and Human Development

Degree Earned: BA CU Denver’s School of Education & Human Development can help you turn your passion for teaching and school leadership into professional success. You may be starting college for the first time, transferring from another institution, or returning to the university setting after years away. Regardless, you will always find a learning community in the undergraduate teacher education program.

Graduate Certificate in Qualitative Methods and Analysis

New Degree Earned: Graduate Certificate Develop your abilities to collect and analyze words, images, and observations to gain a deeper understanding of phenomena. We prepare leaders who can advocate for diversity, respect, and inclusiveness using data.
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