Master of Education in Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Inclusive Education

udlbanner.jpgNoriyuki Inoue
Associate Professor

Reaching All Students in General and Special Education

Universal Design for Learning employs a framework that maximizes learning opportunities for all students, whether they have disabilities, are non-native English speakers or are gifted. Using the UDL framework, teachers strengthen inclusive classrooms and expand understanding of student ability while considering the role of the Common Core Standards in this context. This specialization is appropriate for special education and general education K-12 teachers who want to give students safe spaces, flexible learning choices, and effective paths to educational goals.

Employ the UDL framework in your classroom as you challenge the status quo, remove curriculum barriers, present educational goals in interesting ways and engage all students equitably!

Course of Study

Earn this Masters of Education in California by completing 10 courses (3-units each) for 30 units of coursework. Your program consists of five foundation courses including a capstone action research project as well as five specialization courses. You may start in any semester with any of the courses offered. The Capstone Seminar is the final course in the program and builds on knowledge gained in the research and specialization courses. Earn your Universal Design for Learning degree today.

Core Courses (15 units)

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EDUC 520 Social Justice and Educational Equity (3 unit core course)
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EDUC 521 Cognition and Learning (3 unit core course)
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EDUC 522 Educational Research Methodology (3 unit core course)
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EDUC 523 Qualitative Methods in Educational Research (3 unit core course)
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EDUC 550 Capstone Seminar (3 unit core course)


UDL Specialization Courses (15 units)

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EDUC 533 Designing Learning Environments For All (3 units)
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EDUC 538 Identifying and Responding To the Needs of Diverse Learners (3 units)
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EDUC 586 Teaching Students on the Autism Spectrum (3 units)
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EDUC 587 Co-Teaching: Collaborating in an Inclusive Environment (3 units)
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EDUC 588 Disability in Education Policy and Law (3 units)
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