Division of Education Graduate Program Charges for the 2023 – 2024 Academic Year
|M.Ed/MAE Tuition (per semester hour)
|General Fee (per semester hour)
|Wellness Offset Fee (per course, excludes online courses)
|Course Material Fee (per semester hour)1
|Technology Fee (per semester hour)
|School Internship/Student Teaching Fee (per semester during licensure year)
|Graduation Application Fee
The tuition, fees, and other charges previously described are good-faith projections for the academic year. They are, however, subject to change from one academic term to the next as deemed necessary by the University in order to meet its financial commitments and to fulfill its role and mission.
Information regarding tuition payment options and refunds of tuition is available in the General Information section of this Catalog.
Graduate Programs with Initial Teaching Licensure
Carroll Hall 228
3333 Regis Boulevard, Mail Code H-12
Denver, CO 80221
Students who have completed a baccalaureate degree may take additional courses required for licensure. It is also possible for students who currently have a baccalaureate degree to combine the specific graduate education courses with a Master’s in Education (M.Ed.) or a Master of Arts degree.
Those who are currently certified or licensed may take additional course work for re-licensure or to add additional endorsements. Individuals who are certified in another state may also complete course work required for licensure in Colorado. The Colorado Department of Education should be contacted prior to enrolling in courses for re-licensure or licensure for those transferring from another state.
The program of study outlines the requirements for the Master of Education programs. The student’s program of study is determined by the University Catalog degree completion requirements in effect at the date of matriculation. Students must complete the program within five years. The program of study expires after five years, after which a student must have an interview with the program director to establish remaining degree requirements and a time frame for program completion.
Requirements for Advancement to Student Teaching
- A cumulative grade point average of 3.00 must be maintained, and all graduate students must also maintain a 3.00 in content major.
- A grade of B or higher in methods classes, including the reading courses.
- A cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or higher is required in all education coursework for teacher licensure at Regis University.
- Successful completion of all assigned fieldwork will be determined by completion of required hours, evaluation by cooperating teacher and Dispositions of Teaching. Field Practicum (EDFD 682A Field Practicum I-EDFD 682F Field Practicum VI, Field Practicum IV) must be completed for licensure.
- Praxis II exam must be passed prior to application for student teaching.
- Students must submit an application to student teach which includes a completed resume the semester prior to student teaching.
Requirements for Recommendation for Licensure
- Successful completion of student teaching.
- Continued evidence of effective communication skills, teacher competencies, and characteristics.
- Successful completion of graduation requirements, specifically 3.00 grade point average.
- Successful completion of the State mandated assessment in program content.
- Completion of Graduate Licensure Portfolio and student teaching dispositions, observations, and evaluation at proficient or higher.
- Should the student successfully complete these requirements, the department may recommend that the Regis representative officially approved by the Colorado Department of Education sign the student’s application for state licensure.
The committee reserves the right to withhold recommendation for licensure based on deficiencies in any of the dispositions or behaviors listed or in any of the requirements of the program.
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