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Certificates


Certificates

Are you an educator looking to develop expertise in a specific content area? Numerous certificates are available that are transferable to a degree program. Most certificates are 9-12 graduate-level credits and are open to educators with a bachelor's degree. Some certificates may only be available to teachers in particular districts or CU Denver master's students in certain degree programs as noted. Click on the certificate links below for s​pecific requirements. Please contact us to request the most up-to-date information.

Content Areas Certificates
Early Childhood Education
Early Childhood Coaching
Buell Early Childhood Leadership
Information & Learning Technologies Online Teaching
Leadership
Executive Leadership
Teacher Leadership
Linguistically Diverse Education Teaching for Cultural and Linguistic Diversity
Literacy​ Early Literacy
Literacy and Language Development for Diverse Learners
Math & Science Mathematical Content Knowledge for Teaching
Place-based Education
Research Classroom Assessment
School Counseling Student Services
School Library Highly Effective School Libraries
Special Education Applied Behavior Analysis
Emotions, Behaviors, and Mental Health in Schools
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The certificate will appear on the student's transcript upon successful completion of the course unless the student is already enrolled in an SEHD degree program. If a student is currently enrolled in an SEHD degree program and is taking certificate courses, the certificate will appear on the student's transcript if no more than 3 credit hours are used to meet degree requirements. Our nationally and internationally recognized certificates are exceptions to this policy, this includes the certificate for Applied Behavior Analysis.

Students must have a grade of C or better in all classes applied toward their certificate and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 (B average) or higher for the certificate to be transcribed. Particular district-related certificates require a grade of B or better for certificate transcription. In some cases, courses with a grade of C may not count toward a master's degree, depending on specific degree program requirements.

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