Urban Teachers – Teacher Preparation in Secondary English Language Arts

Master of Education

You will gain research-based and practical knowledge of teaching through extensive field experience and coursework during this two-year program that is designed to develop knowledge, skills, and dispositions to support teaching and learning in linguistically and culturally diverse urban settings. Graduates of the program will be prepared to teach middle and high school students in grades 7-12.

This program merges the existing Master’s in Language and Literacy Studies and meets the requirements for being recommended for teacher certification by the Texas Education Agency. Please contact Program Advisor Deborah Kelt with any program questions.

Direct admissions questions to Stephen Flynn.

You will earn:

  • A master’s degree (M.Ed.)
  • English as a Second Language (ESL) endorsement


Additional Requirement: Background Check

Certification Recommendation


Additional Information

At a Glance

Program Starts: Fall

Deadline to Apply:
December 31

Credit Hours Required: 42

Schedule: Full time

Program Location: On Campus

GRE Required? No

Deb Kelt

Program Advisor
Deb Kelt

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Admissions Coordinator
Stephen Flynn

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