Curriculum

The M.Ed. in Urban Education offers 33 credit hours of coursework. The program is designed as a cohort model that admits students as a group beginning each fall semester. Students admitted to this selective online program will average two (2) courses per semester and are expected to complete the program in two (2) years (including one full summer term).

Fall Semester: Year One
  • EDUC 5100: Diverse Learners (3)
  • ELED 6260: History and Psychology of Racism (3)
Spring Semester: Year One
  • TESL 6206: Globalization, Communities and Schools (3)
  • ELED 6261: Racial Identity Dev. (3)
First Summer Semester: Year One
  • EDUC 6101: Culturally Responsive Classroom Mgmt. (3)
  • EDCI 6201: Perspectives in Immigration and Urban Ed (3)
Second Summer Semester: Year One
  • RSCH 6101: Educational Research Methods (3)
Fall Semester: Year Two
  • EDCI 6120: Critical Media Pedagogy (3)
  • ELED 6262: Race and Education in Schooling (3)
Spring Semester: Year Two
  • MDSK 6691: Seminar in Professional Dev. (3)
  • ELED 6263: Anti-Racist Activism in Ed (3)