Are you interested in a teacher licensure and preparation program that is renowned for its rigorous coursework, dedicated faculty, individualized support, and extensive fieldwork? Morgridge College of Education offers two distinct teacher licensure programs which include robust learning opportunities where students apply their classroom instruction in culturally and linguistically diverse K-12 schools.
If not already a practicing teacher, applicants have the option of pursuing a Colorado teaching licensure through two distinct pathways: the Denver Teacher Residency (DTR) or the Teacher Education Program (TEP). The Teacher Education Program also offers a dual graduate and undergraduate degree program where students complete an undergraduate degree in a topic of their choosing before completing a masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction.
- Denver Teacher Residency: Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction/Teacher Licensure (DTR Masters)
- Teacher Education Program: Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction/Teacher Licensure (TEP Masters)
- Dual Undergraduate-Graduate Degree in Teacher Education Program (TEP Dual)
If you plan to attend the University of Denver with a student visa, please click here for important information regarding licensure.