MEd in Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Inclusive Education

Our MEd in Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Inclusive Education explores approaches to classroom design and curriculum development that support equal learning opportunities for all students. It is appropriate for special education and general education K-12 teachers concerned about ensuring equity and access for all students in their schools and classrooms. This degree is offered online only.

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Please note that if you want to become a K-12 teacher and do not yet have a teaching credential, you will need to earn one in order to teach in public schools in the state of California. A master’s degree is not required nor sufficient to become a credentialed teacher. To learn more about our teaching credentials, please click here.