Programs & Centers
Established in 1995, the Academic Cooperation Agreement between the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) and the Association of El Maadi Modern Academy (AEMMA) is an academic partnership between the University and the Academy. Academic programs offered through the University are baccalaureate degree programs in Engineering, Business Management, and Computer Science.
Agreement between the University of Sunderland, and the University of the District of Columbia
In keeping with the spirit of the Friendship Agreement between the City of the District of Columbia Capital of the US, and the City of Sunderland; and drawing upon a period of visits exchange of information and productive discussions the University of the District of Columbia and the University of Sunderland signed an agreement for cooperation.
This cooperation agreement includes collaboration between the two universities in areas such as journalism software and IT, renewable energy, sports, early childhood, history, English, politics, business law enterprise, workforce development and innovation. UDC and the University of Sunderland would undertake activities that would be mutually beneficial to the student body, faculty and university communities of both institutions
The Sister City Friendship Agreement with Sunderland presents opportunities to develop education, and cultural links for the benefit of the people of both cities.
Strategic Areas: Journalism, Political Science, Computer Graphics, History, Business and Public Administration, Workforce Development, structural literacy, and software engineering provide great opportunities for students and faculty.
Osun State University Nigeria
UDC and Osun State University have exchanged visits and have an expressed commitment to deepen their cooperation. Of special interest to both institutions is cooperation in the area of Agricultural science.
Mellon Fellow Community Initiative
UDC is an affiliate of the Salzburg Global Seminar and a participant in the Mellon Fellow Community Initiative, as a part of the International Study Program (ISP). This initiative is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The participating institutions comprise a consortium of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and the Appalachian College Association. The purpose of the program is to provide opportunities to develop and implement projects that bring broader international perspectives to their classrooms, campuses, and communities. This Initiative is aimed at better preparation of students for life in an ever-changing and globalized world.