Diversity and Equity M.Ed. Program
UC Riverside’s Diversity and Equity master’s program is excellent preparation for those who seek to support youth of diverse backgrounds in a variety of public and private settings: K-12 public and private schools, university outreach programs, museums, youth organizations, and other institutions serving the educational needs of the community. Through the master’s program you will explore educational theory and empirical research to understand the historical, social, racial, cultural, and institutional factors affecting educational access and opportunity for diverse students, and practices for creating supportive educational environments for all students.
- Start Term: Fall only
- Program Length: 1 year (9 months)
- Units: 36-unit minimum/9 classes
- Instruction: In-person on Riverside campus.
- Schedule: Three classes per quarter; each class meets once a week 4-7pm (Monday-Thursday)
Estimated program cost is $17,440 (in-state)
Out-of-state/international tuition is an additional cost. See the fee schedule here.
UCR Extension Pathways
Did you know that your UCR Extension certificate is a direct pathway to a Master of Education degree from UC Riverside School of Education?
Credits you have already earned can be applied toward the M.Ed. Diversity and Equity program shortening your time to degree. Transfer 9 units/3 classes of the 400-level coursework from the following Extension certificate programs:
- CLAD through CTEL
- Education for the Gifted and Talented (GATE)
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