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Teacher Education Program

Colorado State University-Pueblo Teacher Education Program students


The Teacher Education Program has a primary mission of preparing teachers of quality and distinction. At Colorado State University-Pueblo, preparing teachers is a campus-wide responsibility, with faculty and administrators involved in support of the program’s mission.

An integral component of the program is its formal partnership with 17 school districts and four community colleges in southern and southeastern Colorado. The joint efforts of students, faculty, and administrators across all partners focus on improving the quality of learning in classrooms in elementary, secondary, and higher education.

Degrees and Licensure Options

Undergraduate students can achieve teacher licensure through a variety of B.A. & B.S. degrees.

Art (K-12)  Mathematics (7-12)
Business/Marketing (7-12)*   Music (K-12)
Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Education (K-12)*  Physical Education (K-12)
Early Childhood Education (K-3) Science (7-12)
Elementary (k-6) Social Studies (7-12)
English/Language Arts (7-12)  Special Education (K-12)*
Instructional Technology (K-12)  World Language (K-12)
*Available only as an added endorsement or Alternative License.

Already have a Baccalaureate Degree? 

Pursue licensure through our:

Art Education Instructional Technology
Curriculum and Instruction  Linguistically Diverse Education
Early Childhood Education Music Education
Early Learning Space Studies for Educators
English Special Education
Health & Physical Education World Language:  Spanish
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