Master of Education Program

Learn More: Info Sessions

Join us at one of our upcoming information sessions:Graduate Program 3

On-Campus Open House:
Monday, November 4, 2019, 5:00pm
Thursday, November 14th, 6:00pm
Thursday, November 21st, 5:00pm
Tuesday, December 3rd, 6:00pm
Monday, December 9th, 5:00pm
Thursday, January 9th, 6:00pm

Online Info Sessions:
Wednesdays at 5:00pm, now – December 11th (except Nov. 6th & 27th)

Shape culture. Transform learning.

You want to deepen your practice and passion for teaching and leading. UCDS College for School Culture graduate students create a cohort of engaged educators who are immersed in an innovative school. Work alongside students and experienced teachers as you earn a Master of Education degree. Graduate ready to activate positive change in education.

Graduate Program 1

Academic Programs

Master of Education students participate in a two-year program that offers a balance of coursework and classroom experience. Learn with a collaborative cohort of peers who are focused on great teaching and learning.

Graduate students focus their educational lens on the philosophies and practices that promote a culture of inquiry and excitement for learning. The UCDS College for School Culture prepares graduates to facilitate meaningful learning with a diverse array of students. Graduates strengthen their educational communities as leaders in the field of education.
Graduate Program 2


Diversity is a value that leads design of the UCDS College for School Culture. Our program makes space for student voice and identity and is responsive to individuals’ learning approaches. The UCDS College for School Culture strives to engage a diverse and dynamic community of learners.
Graduate Program

Our Mission

The UCDS College for School Culture engages educators to develop, extend, and deepen their practice and passion for learning and leading. Read more...
I have come away with a deeper sense of purpose for my teaching. Our school has always emphasized the journey of childhood and the joy in learning, but I have more ideas now about what I want to do—that is, teach children to think more deeply about their world, themselves and ideas.
UCDS Institute Student