University of Northern Colorado
College of Education & Behavioral Sciences
Post Baccalaureate Teacher Licensure (Elementary/Secondary)
Secondary or K-12 Teacher Licensure
This Post Baccalaureate Teacher Licensure Program is ideal for people that have had successful careers but have always wanted to be a teacher. We offer the program for people that would like to be secondary or K-12 educators. More information may be found on our website. The secondary program is about one year long (depending on completion of content work) and is offered in Greeley. We take pride in the successful field experiences that are part of our Post Baccalaureate programs including reading/tutoring components, practicum work, and student teaching. These experiences give students an amazing opportunity to be out in the field while still working with a UNC supervisor for feedback, advice, and constructive criticism. The program is in a cohort model which also has many inherent benefits. Because these programs are at the graduate level the student may apply 12 credits count towards a Master's Degree in Teaching: Curriculum Studies, which leaves the candidate with 6 classes remaining for their MAT: Curriculum Studies. Teacher Candidates may work towards a different MA as well.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
International Student Requirements:
• An international student is neither a citizen of the United States nor classified by United States Immigration and Naturalization Service as a Lawful Permanent Resident or Permanent Resident Alien.
• International undergraduate, transfer, and graduate applicants must meet English Language proficiency requirements before being fully admitted to the University of Northern Colorado (UNC). One option to demonstrate English Language proficiency is to successfully complete the UNC Intensive English Language Program (IEP). Please see the UNC IEP website for more information (http://www.unco.edu/cie/iep.html)
• International student Undergraduate/Transfer and Graduate applications (on-line submission) with accompanying instructions are found on the UNC website as well. Applications and supporting documents are due at least 90 days prior to the semester to which students plan to enroll, or prior to their major program deadline (if any) for Graduate students.
Facts & Figures
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Intensive
Locale: Small City
Size & Settings: 10,000-19,999