Center for Urban Education at the University of the District of Columbia is dedicated to helping students in urban America achieve their full academic and social potential.
All Center degree programs are scheduled to accommodate the needs of working individuals. Most programs require some daytime availability for field based and clinical experiences.
This program is designed for persons who are interested in the Allied Health Professions and seek a strong theoretical base for evidenced-based clinical practice to meet the needs of persons with communicative disorders.
Master of Arts (MA)
Early Childhood Education
The MA in Early Childhood Education prepares teacher candidates for classrooms in PK-Grade 3. The final semester requires a full-time apprenticeship.
Leadership in Early Childhood
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
Early Childhood *
The MAT in Elementary Education prepares teacher candidates for classrooms in Grades 1-6. Coursework is held in evening hours to accommodate working professionals.
Middle School Science *
English Language Arts
The MAT in English Language Arts prepares teacher candidates for classrooms in Grades 7-12. Coursework is held in evening hours to accommodate working professionals.
The MAT in Mathematics prepares teacher candidates to teach mathematics in Grades 7-12.
The MAT in Social Studies prepares teacher candidates to teach social studies (history, geography, world cultures) in grades 7-12.