Teacher and principal licensure is available through the School of Education's Center for Educator Preparation (CEP).
One of the most important ways to help people and to impact our society is through involvement in schools. Teachers make lasting contributions to our nation and its many generations of learners. Teacher education programs at CSU serve the needs of individuals preparing to teach in:
- Early Childhood Education (PreK-3rd grade)
- Grades K-12: Art, Foreign Languages, Instructional Technology, Music
- Secondary (Grades 7-12): Agricultural Education, Business Education, English, Family and Consumer Sciences, Marketing Education, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Speech, Technology Education
CSU is one of the public institutions in Colorado designated to offer programs leading towards a career and technical (vocational) credential. Candidates for teacher licensure are skilled in a teaching concentration and educational methodology. These students take their professional education course work concurrently while completing their content area coursework. Candidates may complete licensure while enrolled in an undergraduate program or after completing a bachelor’s degree at an accredited university.
Endorsements available through the program include:
|Early Childhood Education||Ages 0-8||X||X||X|
|Family and Consumer Sciences||Secondary||X||X||X|
|Foreign Language (French, German, Spanish)||K-12||X||X||X|
Special Services/Administrative Endorsements
|Occupational Therapist||Ages 0-21||X|
|School Counselor||Ages 0-21||X|
|School Social Worker||Ages 0-21||X|
(Pursued at indicated level(s). G = graduate; P = post-baccalaureate; U = undergraduate)