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The graduate programs in education are designed as dynamic, current programs to meet the needs of education professionals as they gain an endorsement or additional expertise in an educational field. Graduate certificate programs offer focused tracks that lead to specific areas of licensure or endorsement. In addition to a focused field of study, the Master of Arts in Education features a core knowledge in educational design, theory, assessment, pedagogy and culture, as well as technology and research that culminates in a final capstone project.

Colorado Mesa University began offering the Master of Arts in Education in summer 2006. The program is administered by the Center for Teacher Education (CTE). CTE Graduate Programs are guided on academic policy by the CMU Graduate Studies Academic Council.

Graduate Programs for Educators

Hear about our SPED & Principal programs from CMU alumni & faculty!

Want to become a teacher?

If you hold a bachelor's degree and are looking into becoming a licensed teacher, check out our graduate level, Initial Teacher Licensure program


More on Graduate programs with Dr. Blake Bickham on CMUnow
To learn more about CMU's graduate programs in education, checkout the following radio interview with Dr. Blake Bickham, the Department Head for the Center of Teacher. His interview starts at time index 15:56.