Earn your Colorado teacher licensure
Prepare for a career as a teacher with a master's degree in teaching and earn your teacher licensure. Colorado State University's coursework will allow you to:
- Obtain strong pedagogical skills.
- Develop a deeper understanding of effective theories of learning.
- Work in local school districts to gain experience in real schools with real students.
Learn and collaborate in a community of fellow educators
To help support your growth, you will move through the Master of Education program with the same group of students. This cohort-model provides you with a network of professionals who are working through the same course materials and teaching internships. CSU recognizes the importance of having a cohesive support structure as you enter your career.
Gain teaching skills and credentials in just one year
This intensive program allows you to complete your Master of Education and Colorado teacher licensure requirements in as little as 12 months. In order to complete the program within a year, you will need to start the program during the summer semester. It also requires that prerequisite coursework is completed before starting. Contact an advisor to determine the required prerequisite courses for your content area.
As a student in the program, you will have the opportunity to participate in one of two cohorts:
Meet the demand for qualified teachers
The Master of Education and teacher licensure program strives to meet the growing needs of public and private schools for highly qualified educators. In the program, you will:
- Gain knowledge that can be applied immediately to your career.
- Learn from highly qualified Colorado State University faculty members who are content experts in their fields.
Meet in the greater Fort Collins/Loveland area
Locations for classroom instruction and internship placement vary within Fort Collins and Loveland in Northern Colorado.
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