Elementary & Secondary Education (Urban Education)

The master’s of urban education program

In as little as two years, you can earn a Master of Science in Elementary or Secondary Education with a focus on Urban Education.

You will engage directly and unflinchingly with the toughest issues urban educators face, including:

  • Curriculum
  • Special education
  • Assessment
  • Teacher leadership
  • Politics and schools as organizations
  • Research
  • Culture and communities
  • Educational philosophy

By the time you graduate, you will be prepared to succeed with and support diverse learners anywhere in the country.

Is the master’s of urban education program right for you?

To be eligible for this program, one or more of the following situations must apply to you:

  • You already have a bachelor’s degree in education or another field
  • You have attained a teacher license in Indiana or any other state
  • You want to teach at the college level
  • You plan to enter a Ph.D. program in education
  • You started the master’s program, but haven’t taken a class in more than two years

If you don’t fall into one of these categories, consider our undergraduate or alternative certification programs. 

Talk to us about the master's in urban education

For more information about the program, please schedule an appointment with us. We would be happy to help you explore your options.

Paula Magee, Ph.D.
Program Coordinator

Ketha Troutman
Graduate Advisor

Take the first step toward your master's degree