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M.Ed. in Community Development and Action (CDA)


The Masters of Education program in Community Development & Action is a two-year practitioner-focused degree in the HOD department, preparing students for professional leadership as change agents in local communities. The program combines theory, research, and practice to equip students with the tools to study, design, and sustain change in the context of organizations, communities, and policy that support positive human development.  Click here to read more about current students, alumni, and see examples of student theses and projects.

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Information Sheet about Community Development and Action (M.Ed.)