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MASTER OF EDUCATION IN URBAN EDUCATION • 36-39 CREDITS • URBNEDU M ED
The Master of Education in Urban Education is an alternate route, certification program awards successful completers with a Master of Education and teacher certification in Math, English or Integrated Science. This alternate route/degree program allows individuals to teach in Michigan schools while fulfilling credential requirements. Davenport’s innovative approach to teacher training immerses a cohort of prospective teachers in a school for an academic year. Teachers in training are paired with a master teacher from the school. The coursework is delivered during the school day or online by faculty whose offices are in the school building. Faculty members provide immediate feedback through their assessments on the skills that matter most in effective teaching. Davenport’s program provides more time in the actual school setting so that prospective teachers develop the relationships and skills that are conducive for effective teaching.
In order to qualify:
- Candidates must have a bachelor's degree or above with a 3.0 GPA and pass the Michigan Test for Teacher Certification Basic Skills exam as well as a subject area competency exam.
- Fill out the Davenport Application for Admissions.
- Participate in an interview with the College of Urban Education (CUE) Admission Committee - to be scheduled by Davenport upon submission of the completed application.
* A grade of B or better is required for successful completion for all UEDU courses.
#UEDU797 is for certified teachers who wish to receive a State endorsement as a Teacher Leader. Candidates must have a completed M.Ed. including UEDU797, and can show 3 years of consistent student growth to be eligible for the teacher leader certificate.
***Which class should I take? When should I take it? Please click here for a recommended program sequence.
|Foundations Cycle||12 cr.|
|UEDU610||Foundations of Urban Education||3 cr.|
|UEDU630||Data Analytics, Assessment and Measurement||3 cr.|
|UEDU656||Education and the Law||3 cr.|
|**Choice of Core Methods Course - 3 credits completed this semester||3 cr.|
|Transformational Cycle||12 cr.|
|UEDU682||Family and Community Partnership Practice||2 cr.|
|UEDU715||Strategy Development of Task Performance Optimization||2 cr.|
|UEDU730||Culturally Competent Classroom Management||3 cr.|
|UEDU742||Implementing a College and Career Ready Curriculum||2 cr.|
|**Chosen Core Methods Course - final 3 credits completed this semester||3 cr.|
|Apprenticeship Cycle||12 cr.|
|UEDU756||Differentiating Instruction in an Urban Setting||3 cr.|
|UEDU770||Building an Effective Lesson Plan||3 cr.|
|UEDU786||Using Technology to Enhance Learning||3 cr.|
|UEDU792||School Improvement Planning||3 cr.|
|**Core Methods Courses - Choose one Core Methods Course. The 6 credits are completed over two semesters (3 credits in each semester)||(6) cr.|
|UEDU701||Literacy Development and Instruction||6 cr.|
|UEDU702||Teaching High School Mathematics||6 cr.|
|UEDU703||Teaching High School Integrated Science||6 cr.|
|Additional courses required for State of Michigan Certification - Not required for certified teachers who applied to receive M.Ed. only||(3) cr.|
|UEDU795||Teaching Apprenticeship||3 cr.|
|#Teacher Leader State Endorsement||(3) cr.|
|UEDU797||Leading Change||3 cr.|