The School of Education at CCU offers educational programs to train future teachers to be prepared for the rigors of the educational community—both private and public. Small class sizes and evening and weekend courses make getting your education degree convenient and easier for all types of busy schedules. CCU offers a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and Elementary Education and a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction. CCU also offers post baccalaureate educator licensing in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Special Education and Alternative Education. Learn more about the Adult Degree Completion Admissions Process or complete the adult undergraduate admission application online today to get started on your new journey right away!

What is Title VII? Discrimination in the Workplace

If you are in the workforce or will be soon, you should know about Title VII, the portion of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that protects employees from discrimination in the workplace. Title VII protects people from being discriminated against due to their color, race, religion, sex, or national origin. More specifically, Title VII … Continued

Colorado Educator License Options at CCU

Teaching is one of the most rewarding careers one can choose; it takes a special person to devote his/her life to this very challenging career path. You’ve heard people talk about their jobs and how they go to work, collect their paycheck and look forward to retirement. Teaching is not a job. It’s a way … Continued

Teaching at a Private School vs. Public School

Upon receiving a teaching degree or certificate from Colorado Christian University, you will have a lot of decisions to make regarding what type of teaching position you want to accept. If you’re a secondary teacher, you can teach at a middle school, high school or a school that combines grades 6/7-12. You will also have … Continued

How New Technology In Education Puts College Degrees at Your Fingertips?

 Fifty years ago, technology in teaching meant using a cool chalk holder. Twenty years ago, technology in teaching meant having a slick overhead projector. Today, technology in teaching is a whole lot bigger, better, and way more expensive. For a teacher to neglect technology in teaching is to be out of touch with the students … Continued

Early Childhood News – Teaching Social Skills Increases Performance

For most education, bachelors degree earners, who are engaged in student teaching this spring, the issue of social skills is probably not on their radar. Daily teacher responsibilities are filled with lesson plans, learning student’s names, grading papers, and keeping up with the rush of responsibilities and pressures. According to recent early childhood news, teaching … Continued