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Overview Undergraduate Programs - School of Education and Human Development

The University of Colorado Denver offers a number of exciting and innovative undergraduate programs that prepare professionals to work with children, families and communities. 

If you feel a passion to teach and driven to make a positive impact on students' lives, you'll want to select the BA in Education and Human Development. You will learn from award-winning faculty and career teachers. Our residency program is perfected and proven through 25 years of on-going work with partner schools. You may choose from the following concentrations:

Early Childhood Education
Elementary Education
Secondary Education*
Special Education
*Our Secondary Education Licensure programs require students to choose a major within the College of Liberals Arts & Science (CLAS). Options include English, Mathematics, French, Science, Social Studies and Spanish.

In addition, we offer a BS in Human Development and Family Relations. This major prepares students to effectively serve culturally and linguistically diverse individuals and families. Our HDFR program is the first of its kind in the United States to offer bilingual (Spanish) HDFR courses and it will lead to a certification in the field. At CU Denver, it is the only program that focuses on family relationships within schools and communities. 

Human Development & Family Relations

We also offer minors in the following areas:

Digital Media and Learning​

Human Development & Family Relations

SEHD Undergraduate Coursework

Spring 2018 Core & Featured Course Offerings

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CU Denver School of Education &
Human Development

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