Master of Arts

Multicultural Education

The Graduate and Professional Studies program offers a Master of Arts degree in Education - Multicultural Education. The program invites all prospective students with a commitment to working with low-income, culturally and linguistically diverse students to consider the MA after a careful review of admissions requirements and procedures. Students who are admitted to the MA program proceed through the program in a cohort, with pre-programmed course offerings and experiences.

Career Options

The curriculum develops student’s pedagogical, analytical, and planning skills in order to prepare them to operate effectively in the development, implementation and analysis of educational policies and programs affecting the academic lives of low income, and culturally and linguistically diverse K-12 students.

Program Requirements

Units required for Master: 27-30

Program Resources

Learn how to apply.
Catalog with detailed program requirements.

Learning Outcomes

  • Students will gain an enhanced understanding of the impact of culture (i.e., ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, sexual orientation, ability, and spiritual/religious beliefs) on student learning.
  • Students will be prepared to initiate social change in and outside of the classroom.

Graduate Studies
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