The School of Education and Human
Development attracts counseling and school psychology students who are
passionate about working with clients and families from diverse cultural
backgrounds to advance and sustain their personal growth. We match their
passion with an education that is rooted in evidence-based approaches and real-world
practice grounded in social justice and culturally and linguistically
follow a rigorous degree program that includes outstanding coursework,
practicum and field experiences designed for state licensure eligibility. Our mental health graduates are recognized as among the most well
prepared in the nation to support diverse languages, cultures and abilities in
the community and around the world. Here’s why:
- Our academic
programs and curriculum reflect a philosophy of inclusion and social justice.
- Our students have
the opportunity to learn from numerous faculty members who are the go-to
experts in their field.
- The CU Denver
Student and Community Counseling Center provides counseling and school psychology
students with hands-on experience.
- Our school resides
in the center of a thriving urban setting. This creates a diverse university
community, which promotes cross-cultural fluency and counselors/school
psychologists who are prepared to work in urban and diverse settings.
- The physical
location in the heart of the city also provides unique opportunities for our
students to engage with children and youth, couples and families, and other
university students with diverse perspectives and backgrounds.
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