This accelerated degree program (4+1) offers undergraduate majors in Geography and Urban Studies the opportunity to complete their undergraduate degree and a Master’s in Education (M.Ed.) in Urban Education all within 5 years.The M.Ed. in Urban Education provides students with an understanding of the social context of urban schools, historical and contemporary school reform efforts, and the relationship between broader social, political, and economic issues and the experiences of students and communities.
- URBE 5401: Policy and Practice in Urban Education (3 credits)
- URBE 5611: Reforming City Schools (3 credits)
- URBE 5565: Origins of Urban Education (3 credits)
- Plus One Elective (3 credits): Courses taken must be relevant to the student's choice of specialization: Educational Policy Studies, Foundations in Urban Education, School-Community Partnerships, and Teaching in Urban Schools.