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If you are interested in any of the graduate programs with the School of Education but have questions, please fill out the online advising appointment form to set-up an advising appointment.  If you have issues with the form, you can call (303) 615-1555 to set up an appointment.

Yes, all prospective students must complete the application process. However, if you plan to apply as a non-degree seeking student you should first meet with a School of Education professional advisor.

Submitted applications should be processed within 6-8 weeks after the deadline has closed. Once processed, applicants will receive an admission decision via email from the Graduate Programs Coordinator.

Our Master of Arts in Teaching programs include licensure preparation so we do not recommend that students who have completed teacher licensure programs and already have a teaching license apply to our programs.  However, if you work in the area of Special Education, we recommend considering our Certificate in Autism and Significant Support Needs.

We offer the Master of Arts in Teaching in two options:

  • Elementary Education
  • Special Education (K-12 Generalist)

Elementary Education: Kindergarten through 6th grade
Special Education: Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade

No, students can only start the graduate classes in the fall or spring semesters. The only summer classes that MAT students can complete are the undergraduate pre-requisite classes.

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