Masters Programs & Degrees

UDC offers over 68 degree programs encompassing a wide range of education levels and interests. You can view and sort the program listing by clicking on the column headings; filter programs by degree type with the links on the left and/or search for a specific program of interest below. Select the program you are interested in for more detailed information and to learn how UDC can help you to accomplish your personal and professional goals. If you are interested in UDC’s Workforce Development offerings, please visit the Workforce Development Program.

If you have any questions about your program of interest, we encourage you to contact the Department Chair or Program Director directly. You can also contact the Office of Recruitment and Admissions to receive more information on all of the benefits that enrolling at UDC offers and on how to apply for admission.

Program Namesort icon Degree College / School Department
Adult Education MA College of Arts & Sciences Division of Education, Health, and Social Work
Architecture M. Arch College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability & Environmental Sciences Architecture and Community Planning
Business Administration MBA School of Business & Public Administration Public Administration and Graduate Studies
Cancer Biology Prevention and Control MS College of Arts & Sciences Division of Sciences and Mathematics
Computer Science: Conc. Computer Design & Systems Software MS School of Engineering & Applied Sciences Computer Science and Information Technology
Computer Science: Conc. Intelligent Systems MS School of Engineering & Applied Sciences Computer Science and Information Technology
Computer Science: Conc. Network Security MS School of Engineering & Applied Sciences Computer Science and Information Technology
Computer Science: Conc. Specialized Applications MS School of Engineering & Applied Sciences Computer Science and Information Technology
Computer Science: Conc. Theoretical Computer Sciences MS School of Engineering & Applied Sciences Computer Science and Information Technology
Counseling: Conc. School Counseling and Mental Health Counseling MS College of Arts & Sciences Division of Education, Health, and Social Work
Early Childhood Education MA College of Arts & Sciences Division of Education, Health, and Social Work
Electrical Engineering MS School of Engineering & Applied Sciences Electrical and Computer Engineering
Homeland Security MS College of Arts & Sciences Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Master of Laws (LLM) LLM David A. Clarke School of Law Law School
Nutrition and Dietetics MS College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability & Environmental Sciences Nutrition and Dietetics
PSM in Urban Agriculture PSM College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability & Environmental Sciences Environmental Science and Urban Sustainability
PSM in Urban Sustainability PSM College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability & Environmental Sciences Environmental Science and Urban Sustainability
PSM in Water Resources Management PSM College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability & Environmental Sciences Environmental Science and Urban Sustainability
Public Administration MPA School of Business & Public Administration Public Administration and Graduate Studies
Public Administration: Conc. Nonprofit Management MPA School of Business & Public Administration Public Administration and Graduate Studies
Public Administration: Conc. Procurement-Public Contracting MPA School of Business & Public Administration Public Administration and Graduate Studies
Rehabilitation Counseling MA College of Arts & Sciences Division of Education, Health, and Social Work
Speech-Language Pathology MS College of Arts & Sciences Division of Education, Health, and Social Work
Teaching: Elementary Concentration MAT College of Arts & Sciences Division of Education, Health, and Social Work
Teaching: Secondary English, Secondary Math, Music, Secondary Science, Secondary Social Studies Concentrations MAT College of Arts & Sciences Division of Education, Health, and Social Work
For updates and guidance as to alternatives and course registration, new students should contact the Admissions Office at www.udc.edu/admissions/contact and currently enrolled students should contact the Academic Advising Center at 202.274.6899.