Graduate Programs

With experienced passionate faculty guiding the way, UNC graduate students in education make professional connections and build peer relationships that last a lifetime—and deepen their efficacy, knowledge and skills.

An advanced degree can broaden career opportunities and deepen leaderships skills in:

  • Educational Studies
  • Reading
  • Curriculum Studies
  • Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education (ESL)
  • English Education
  • Technology, Innovation and Pedagogy (TIP)

Graduate Certificate Programs

  • Cultural Studies and Equity
  • Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages (TESOL)
  • Chinese as a Second Language Teaching Graduate Certificate


Master of Arts in Teaching: Elementary Education with Licensure Information Meetings from 6:00pm-7:00pm, and Secondary/K-12 Meetings from 7:00pm-8:00pm

(No Secondary/K-12 Meeting in Colorado Springs due to on campus (Greeley) Requirements)

Meeting dates:
  • Thursday, February 1 in Denver, UNC Lowry Campus, Check Monitor for Room
  • Tuesday, February 6 in Colorado Springs, UNC Campus/Oracle Building (MAT EEL only)
  • Monday, February 19 in Greeley, UNC Greeley Campus, McKee Hall Room 282
  • Wednesday, February 21 in Loveland at UNC Centerra Campus

Off-Campus Program Manager

Mr. Jonathan Shaw is the off-campus program manager who handles most of the logistics (class scheduling, registration, paperwork).

Academic Coordinator, Greeley and Loveland Cohorts

Dr. Jenni Harding is the academic coordinator and advisor for the Greeley and Loveland cohorts.

Academic Coordinator, Denver and Colorado Springs Cohorts

Dr. Rosann Englebretson is the academic coordinator and advisor for the Denver and Colorado Springs cohorts.

Program Coordinator, Campus Programs

Dr. Gary Fertig is the graduate academic coordinator for all of the campus programs. They make academic decisions such as admissions,graduation, transcript evaluations and course substitutions