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  • CCU's Online Master's Degree in Education

    CCU's Master of Education in Educational Leadership is a comprehensive graduate program for experienced teachers, school administrators, and district personnel who seek to further their career in an academic leadership role. CCU offers both graduate licensure and non-licensure programs.

    You can earn a general Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction, or you can choose one of three options for an emphasis: Biblical Studies; Culturally and Linguistically Diverse; or Alternative Teacher Licensing. The Alternative Licensing program is authorized by the Colorado Department of Education to provide an alternative path to licensure for people residing in Colorado.

  • Program Highlights

    • 36 Total Credit Hours (18 in Core)
    • Most classes are only 5 weeks long, so you can take one class at a time.
    • Complete in as little as 24 months of consecutive coursework, even with a full-time job.
    • Transfer up to six graduate-level credit hours.
    • Regionally Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
  • Financial Aid Available

    The financial aid options available at CCU are designed to make earning your degree both affordable and accessible. In addition to helping you explore your financial aid options and how to pay for an education, CCU will help you develop the best possible degree plan that meets your needs as an adult student and ultimately help you achieve your goals.

    Colorado Christian University offers a unique scholarship opportunity for transfer students pursuing an associate or bachelor's degree through the College of Adult and Graduate Studies. Scholarships are based on the number of credits you transfer and range from $500 to $2,000 toward your tuition at CCU.

  • Earn college credit for your life experience

    Save time and money by earning college credit for your life experience. There are two ways of doing so: credit by portfolio and credit by exam. Build a portfolio of your post-high school personal and professional learning experiences. Or take advantage of low-cost testing options to test out of electives and many general education requirements.

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