We are pleased to announce our partnership with seven Colorado-based higher-ed institutions that honor the leadership, deep-learning and professional development residents receive during their licensure year. Upon successful completion of our program, residents are eligible to receive graduate credits or scholarship to our partner universities. Residents are eligible for this opportunity up to five years after program completion. It should be noted that admission to our partner universities is not guaranteed and coursework is not transferred into credits/scholarship until university acceptance and/or degree completion.
Colorado State University- Global Campus
Degree Option: Masters of Science in Teaching and Learning
Credit Benefit: Residents will receive twelve (12) credits toward a degree through participation in the PEBC Teacher Residency. These credits fulfill the specialization requirement in their master’s degree program.
University Contact: (800) 920-6723 or Admissions@csuglobal.edu
Fort Lewis College
School of Education, Graduate Studies
Degree Option: Masters of Arts in Education: Teacher Licensure
Credit Benefit: Residents will receive twelve (12) credits toward a degree through participation in the PEBC Teacher Residency.
Program and Scholarship Information: https://graduate.fortlewis.edu/teacher-licensure/
University Contact: Shawn Whitehead at 970-247-7097 or Teacher-Licensure@fortlewis.
Metropolitan State University of Denver
School of Education
Degree Options: Masters of Arts in Teaching in Special Education or Masters of Arts Teaching in Elementary Education
Certificate Option: Autism and Significant Support Needs Certificate, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Endorsement
Credit Benefit: Residents will receive six (6) credits toward a degree through participation in the PEBC Teacher Residency. Find out more info here.
Scholarships: Residents may apply for all School of Education scholarships for which they are eligible. https://msudenver.edu/edscholarships/
University Contact: Britt Lane, Graduate Programs Coordinator
University of Colorado Denver
School of Education & Human Development
Degree Option: Personal Professional Masters of Arts
The Personal Professional Masters of Arts is a customizable master’s degree option that allows students to choose an area of study and then choose from a wide range of other courses to create a program of study that best suits their needs.
Areas of study include:
- Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Education
- English Education
- Mathematics Education
- Mathematics and Science Education
- Reading and Writing
- Science Education
- Special Education
- Administration and Leadership
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Teaching and Learning
- Human Development and Family Relations Learning
- Digital Media for Teaching and Learning
Elective Courses: After choosing an area of concentration, students fill out their program according to their needs from a wide range of courses. See here for list of courses.
Credit Benefit: Residents will receive nine (9) credits toward the degree through participation in the PEBC Teacher Residency.
University Contact: Alexis Rudolph at 303-871-2508 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Northern Colorado
School of Teacher Education
- Education Masters in Teaching: Culturally and Linguistically Diverse
Masters of Arts in Teaching Diverse Learners
- Graduate Interdisciplinary Degree Program Masters of Arts: Science Education Emphasis
- Education Masters in Teaching: Curriculum Studies
- Special Education Masters of Arts: Special Ed Generalist
- Masters of Arts in Literacy
Credit Benefit: Residents will receive the following credit benefit through participation in the PEBC Teacher Residency:
- Three credits (3) credits toward the Special Education Master of Arts: Special Education Generalist
- Six credits (6) toward the Education Masters in Teaching: Culturally and Linguistically Diverse*, Graduate Interdisciplinary Degree Program Masters of Arts: Science Education Emphasis, Education Masters in Teaching: Curriculum Studies and Masters of Arts in Literacy
- Nine credits (9) toward the Masters of Arts in Teaching Diverse Learners**
*Credit benefit is conditional on resident completion of 40 observational hours with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners.
**Credit benefit is conditional on resident placement in a SPED and CLD classroom environment.
Western State Colorado University
Department of Education
Degree Options: Masters of Arts in Education in Educator Effectiveness for existing teachers (30 credits)
Western’s online MA in Education, Educator Effectiveness is a personalized degree program that is designed to help currently-licensed teachers meet their professional performance goals.
Optional Endorsements: Reading Specialist, Reading Teacher, Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Education, and Special Education
Courses: Review courses offered in this program at Western. The official University Catalog contains more detailed and specific information about degree requirements for this major.
Scholarship Benefit: $1,200, to be applied at $40 a credit hour per semester (completed in 1 to 5 years)
University Contact: Jackie Luft, Ed.D. at (970) 943-7043 or email Ed_admissions@western.edu