Embark on a gratifying career in education.

Colorado Mountain College offers three pathways to a career in education. Qualify for a career in the classroom or in administration with hands-on experience and evidence based practices.

Choose from multiple certificates, associate degrees or a bachelor's degree. Specialize in early intervention, high risk, and developmentally delayed issues. Earn a Bachelor of Arts in Education with Cultural and Linguistic Diversity training.

Learn by teaching

Cut your teeth in the classroom practicing freshly learned concepts with guidance from experienced local teachers.

Craft beneficial early childhood experiences and create positive outcomes for children from newborn to age eight. The Early Childhood Education Program offers two associate degrees: Associate of Arts with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education (AA) and Associate of Applied Science with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education (AAS). Additionally, CMC offers four cumulative certifications: Early Childhood Teacher, Group Leader, Director and Developmental Interventionist Assistant.

Learn by teaching. Get your start in education by teaching in local elementary classrooms alongside experienced teachers. The accredited Bachelor of Arts in Education degree program blends the latest training with classroom experience and preparation in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) Education.

Already have a Bachelor's degree? Begin your teaching career with the 26-credit Education: Secondary Alternative Certification.

Take the first step towards a rewarding career in elementary education with an Associate of Arts with an emphasis in Elementary Teacher Education. Enroll in the CMC Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education program or transfer to another Colorado university with this Statewide Transfer Articulation Agreement Program.