The Urban Education M.A. program enables candidates to develop a deepr understanding of theory, research, and practice in urban education with particular concentration on one of the following areas:
- Digital Learning
- Educational Policy and Administration
- Language and Culture
Upon completion of the program, candidates should be prepared for a doctoral program and to make a significant contribution to the field of urban education.
All students in Multiple Subjects, Single Subject, or Special Education teaching credential that are successfully progressing in their teaching credential program requirements are eligible to apply for admission into the Master of Arts in Urban Education degree program. Partnership programs may include but are not limited to: LMU|TFA, LMU|LA CAST, PLACE Corps, Green Dot, KIPP, PUC, and Seneca. Some candidates in their teaching credential program may require additional pre-service coursework, required coursework, and requirements in order to be eligible for credential recommendation and progression into the Urban Education M.A. program. For specific requirements please see Multiple Subjects, Single Subject, or Education Specialist teaching credential intern pathways requirements.
Program Admission Requirements*
This program is available only to candidates who have been admitted to, and are on track for, completion of the Preliminary 2042 Credential Intern Pathways programs only.
- Application for M.A. from Credential
- 3.0 minimum GPA in Preliminary 2042 Credential Intern pathway program
- *Specific partnerships may have alternate requirements different from those listed above.