The MS in Urban Education curriculum requires candidates to produce an Action Research or community-based research project related to justice-oriented urban education. Students will cultivate knowledge and skills to advocate for children and communities both locally and globally. The master’s program requires the completion of 33 semester hours of coursework at the graduate level with a minimum 3.0 GPA. A maximum of six graduate hours may be transferred from another institution, upon approval from an advisor. The program offers instructional and foundational areas of concentration from which students can select.
Program of Studies
Areas of Concentration
The areas of concentration within the urban education degree allow the candidates the opportunity to critically examine and deepen their understanding of related content. These areas are designed to allow students to choose a path of study that reflects their immediate career goals while maintaining program coherence.