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Master of Arts in Urban/Diversity Education (UDE)


Adviser: Patricia Williams-Boyd, Ph.D.
313 Porter
734.487.3260
pwilliams1@emich.edu

Adviser: Deborah Harmon, Ph.D.
313 Porter
734.487.3260
dharmon@emich.edu

The Master of Arts in Urban/Diversity Education, designed for full-time professionals, is a portfolio-structured, cohort-supported degree that prepares teachers to work in diverse settings. Cutting edge best practices in teaching and learning draw on the classroom teacher’s experiences and value the expertise that comes only through field experience. In order to fit teachers’ schedules, courses are offered in short formats, on the weekends, during the summer, and on selected evenings. Authentic assignments, discussions and activities are situated in the teacher’s classroom, school, and community.

Admissions
For information regarding admissions please go to the Teacher Education department page located here .

NOTE: This program does not grant a teaching certificate.

Program Total: 33 hours