Admissions requirements for post-baccalaureate candidates seeking licensure include evidence of having at least a conferred Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and meeting the criteria for formal admission to the Teacher Licensure program. Upon application to the program, copies of official transcripts from all accredited colleges attended must be on filed with the University or submitted directly to the Office of Clinical Experiences and Partnerships (OCEP). Official transcripts from the institution from which the bachelor's degree was earned should be sent to the MSU Denver Admission office. Post-baccalaureate elementary licensure candidates should consult with an advisor in elementary education prior to registering for any courses. A grade of C- or better is required of all courses with letter grades.
Prerequisite Content Courses
These are required content knowledge although not prerequisite to the other coursework.
The total required licensure courses combined with required content courses equals 53 credits.
Students who are simultaneously completing coursework towards an endorsement in culturally and linguistically diverse education have an option of enrolling in variable credit versions of EDU 4115 Residency I and EDU 4225 Residency II combined with CLD 4115 CLD Residency I and CLD 4225 CLD Residency II. Overall credit requirements do not change although additional learning outcomes are expected of students relative to serving CLD children.