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Metropolitan State University of Denver
Post-baccalaureate Undergraduate Teacher Licensure Program
We offer teacher licensure programs at the undergraduate level for students who have already earned a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. Your previous degree does not have to be in any specific area of study for most of our post-baccalaureate programs; you will complete all of the necessary coursework for your licensure endorsement area here at MSU Denver. Upon successful completion of your teacher licensure program, you will receive a recommendation to the Colorado Department of Education for licensure in the completed content area.
In addition to an initial endorsement, you can choose to add endorsements in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education (K-12); Spanish/English Bilingual Education Specialist (BES); and Special Education Generalist (K-12) to your initial endorsement.
Our post-baccalaureate undergraduate licensure programs focus on career readiness and real-world experiences. Throughout your time with us, you will learn in small classes taught by experienced faculty and spend myriad hours observing and teaching in classrooms so that the theories you learn during course work can be directly applied to a classroom of students. During the last year of your program, you’ll participate in a capstone student teaching or residency experience. Working alongside an experienced and dedicated mentor teacher, you will receive continual and detailed feedback designed to prepare you for your teaching career.
Initial Licensure: Post-Baccalaureate
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Visit Program Website: Metropolitan State University of Denver
- Early Childhood Education (ages 0-8)
- Elementary Education (K-6)
- English Language Arts (7-12)
- Mathematics (7-12)
- Middle School Mathematics (6-8)
- Physical Education (K-12)
- Science (7-12)
- Social Studies (7-12)
- Special Education Generalist (ages 5-21)
- Visual Arts (K-12)
- World Languages (K-12)
To request a change to this program pathway, copy the following pathway reference id and submit a change request form.
Pathway Reference ID: 65155
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