Shape Their Minds: Study Education at CU Denver
Do you love working with children? Do you have a passion for education? If you’ve answered yes to both of those questions then you may want to consider getting a degree in Education here at the University of Colorado Denver. There are many reasons why someone would like to study Education. For one, there are those who want to become teachers. Others have a general interest in education and want to broaden their knowledge.
The CU Denver School of Education & Human Development has outstanding faculty and programs, and is the largest graduate school of education in Colorado. But don’t worry, if you’re looking for your undergraduate degree we have a few program that may fit you:
Early Childhood Education
Shape a better world for children and families by teaching children eight years old and younger.
Provide an outstanding educational experience that will prepare diverse children in kindergarten through sixth grade for success in school and life.
Human Development and Family Relations
The HDFR program prepares students to effectively serve culturally and linguistically diverse individuals and families in a wide variety of community and educational environments.
The need for highly qualified, culturally and linguistically responsive special education teachers is on the rise in Colorado and the nation. Learn from locally, nationally and internationally recognized for their research and innovation.
Upon completion of your degree, you will have the knowledge and confidence to stand up in front of a class full of students. And for those of you not interested in teaching, with a degree in Education you will have developed skills that will help you succeed in areas of administration, psychology, social work and more. Check out the School of Education & Human Development for more information on getting started here at CU Denver.