Programs of Study
The Child, Family, & School Psychology (CFSP) Program focuses on the study of psychological factors that influence human development and learning from birth to age 21.
Our Counseling Psychology Program prepares students to practice as counseling psychologists in general counseling, health psychology, school counseling, and community counseling, as well as to conduct research that will contribute to the knowledge and practice of counseling psychology.
The Curriculum & Instruction Program prepares students to design and deliver high-quality education. Exposure to a variety of theoretical and research-based frameworks regarding teaching, learning, and community engagement ensures our students become effective educational innovators.
The Denver Teacher Residency program trains aspiring teachers of all ages and backgrounds to teach in high-needs Denver Public Schools classrooms. The program combines a year-long teaching practicum alongside a mentor teacher with coursework at the Morgridge College of Education, resulting in a teaching license, master’s degree, and teaching position in Denver Public Schools.
The mission of the Educational Leadership Programs is to prepare future principals, researchers, and administrators to be transformational leaders in a changing educational environment.
The Higher Education Degree Program is designed to prepare professionals for a variety of careers in post-secondary institutions and public agencies of higher education.
The Library and Information Science Program prepares librarians and information professionals with the skills and knowledge needed to manage and evaluate information effectively, implement technological change in information settings, and improve access to information for diverse populations.
Research Methods and Statistics (formerly Quantitative Research Methods)
The Research Metods and Statistics Program provides the courses and experiences necessary to conduct and supervise effective social science research and data analysis in an array of professional environments.
The Teacher Preparation Programs are intensive programs designed for individuals seeking a Colorado teaching license. Students study with faculty who are experienced educators and learn to put the best learning research into practice in K-12 classrooms.
This innovative MA and teacher licensure (4 + 1) program is available to University of Denver undergraduates.