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You can complete the required 18-credits of graduate coursework, as part of a Master's degree or standalone program, in less than one year.
The following 6 courses, taken in any order, are designed to provide existing K-12 math teachers with the graduate-level credit in mathematics necessary to be qualified to teach dual enrollment courses. These graduate-level courses are designed for students who have already completed a 32+ credit hour sequence of undergraduate mathematics courses. For those teachers requiring a Master's degree, these graduate math courses can be used to fulfill the specialization requirement in CSU Global's M.S. in Teaching and Learning degree.
For financial assistance, see if you qualify for Colorado Center for Rural Education scholarships or stipends.
K-12 educators enrolled in dual enrollment instruction certification coursework may be eligible to receive a Concurrent Enrollment Educator Qualification certification scholarship of $6,000. The scholarship is for educators in rural Colorado school districts.
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