This highly individualized program is designed to train students as practitioners and researchers who seek to improve outcomes for children and adolescents in a variety of settings, including schools, nonprofits, and research institutions.
Community Development and Action
The CDA program combines theory, research, and practice to prepare students for professional leadership as change agents in local communities and organizations.
The M.P.P. program offers a practice-focused curriculum grounded in social science research, empowering students to understand the broader social, economic, political, and historical context of contemporary education and education policy.
DEGREE PLUS LICENSURE
Designed to prepare you to work with and for urban schools, the master’s degree in Elementary Education is built around the core values of equity, access, and inclusion.
English Language Learners
Designed for students who already possess a state teaching license or those who wish to pursue advanced study, the ELL program prepares you for teaching linguistically diverse students in international settings.
Higher Education Administration
The HEA program is designed for students who wish to enter professional roles in colleges, universities, state education agencies, or related nonprofits.
Human Development Counseling
WITH SPECIALIZATIONS IN SCHOOL OR CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING
The HDC program trains students who want to become clinical mental health or school counselors, and teaches them to translate sound theoretical knowledge and research into effective counseling programs.
Human Development Studies
The HDS program is designed to prepare you for a successful career focused on finding solutions to human problems in public, private, and non-profit organizations, agencies, and communities.
Independent School Leadership
This unique 15-month program fosters leaders who understand the complex educational, political, social, fiscal, and moral dimensions of independent schools, and who are able to propel their schools to high levels of achievement.
International Education Policy and Management
Through a multifaceted approach to education, IEPM equips students with the skills and knowledge to become change makers in the field of international education and human and economic development around the world.
Leadership and Organizational Performance
Students explore and master the organizational and social context in which human performance and organizational performance intersect, with a focused curriculum that aligns leadership theory with contemporary leadership practices.
Learning, Diversity, and Urban Studies
The LDUS non-licensure master’s degree program designed for teachers and other professionals who aspire to understand the complex ways in which diversity influences learning in settings both inside and outside of schools.
Learning and Design
This immersive 10-month program focuses on how people learn, how contexts and tools influence learning, and how to design learning environments and activities to support learning.
The program provides students with strong quantitative methods training for applied research settings.
For teachers who are already licensed that focuses on literacy theory, research, and instruction for grades pre-kindergarten through twelve, this degree program will prepare you to return to the classroom a skilled literacy teacher, literacy coach, department chair, or dean of instruction.
This program is for students wanting to obtain initial teacher licensure in grades six through twelve. Students choose from one of four concentrations in english, math, science, or social studies.
This program is designed both for students who have teacher licensure and those wanting to obtain it. Students choose from 4 concentrations: early childhood, high incidence disabilities, severe disabilities, and visual disabilities.