Classes are scheduled to fit around your professional hours. During fall and spring semesters, most are conveniently offered in the late afternoon or evening. These classes usually meet three hours once a week over a 16-week semester. Some other fall and spring courses may be offered on weekends or online. During the summer, courses are generally offered on an intensive basis at a variety of times.
We recommend that working teachers take no more than one course per semester during the school year, and up to two courses in the summer. In general, you should not take more than two courses in any given semester in order to leave time to absorb, consider, apply, and reflect upon the materials.
You also complete an online portfolio as part of your degree requirements.
Master's degree requirements include the necessary course work for the K-12 Linguistically Diverse Education endorsement with CDE. If you already have a master's degree and teaching license and now wish to earn the endorsement only, please select the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education endorsement link on this page.
For more information on program requirements, contact the Student Services Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-315-6300.