The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs College of Education regularly partners with local school districts, private companies and publishers to provide UCCS graduate credit for workshops and institutes offered at their sites.
We can offer credit for professional development programs already taking place at a school district or workshops offered anywhere in the country through private organizations.
Please check out some of the programs we are currently partnering with below.
Course offerings in the core curriculum areas of reading, language arts, math, and science, Great Source also publishes programs designed to meet specific initiatives such as summer school, after school, intervention, test prep, and ESL.
Course offerings in the core curriculum areas of reading, language arts, math, and science, Houghton Mifflin also publishes programs designed to meet specific initiatives such as summer school, after school, intervention, test prep, and ESL.
The mission of Sopris West Educational Services is to positively impact the education of children and youth, particularly those at risk for school failure, by providing educators and parents with practical, affordable, and theoretically sound products, programs, and professional services that promote safe, civil, and achieving environments.
The UCCS College of Education offers two programs in collaboration with the Space Foundation. By completing 15 credits in one intensive summer program through the Space Foundation, students can earn a Certificate in Space Studies. Then, they may apply their Space Foundation credits to one of two MA programs through the UCCS College of Education. Students can choose to take the remaining credits required for the MA at their convenience by taking the on-campus program in Science Education or by completing the more general MA in Curriculum and Instruction, which is offered both Online and On-campus. The 15 credits taken through the Space Foundation are offered at a drastically reduced tuition rate.