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Master in Community and Social Change
Build your scientific understanding of education and engage in the design and implementation of innovative learning.

Why Earn a Master in Community and Social Change?

In our Master’s in Community and Social Change, you will join a faculty and cohort dedicated to community well-being, the advancement of social justice, and positive social change. Your professors and advisors are award-winning scholars and practitioners with vast experience in partnering with community-based organizations. You will become an agent of change in the not-for-profit sector, acquiring knowledge and skills such as leadership, facilitation, consultation, program development, program evaluation, qualitative and quantitative research, as well as advocacy for equity, diversity, and inclusion. You will join other graduates who have become educational, business, and government leaders and consultants focused on community well-being. You will participate in a practicum tailored to your own interests, where you can put the skills you learn in your classes into practice. You will be part of a cohort, building a lifelong social network and support system focused on social justice, positive social change, and community resilience.

Program At A Glance

10 courses

7 weeks per course

16 months to complete

SACSCOC accredited

GRE waived for eligible applicants

Capstone project

Explore More About The Program

The University of Miami Doctor of Education in Applied Learning Sciences is a fully online EdD program that prepares students for careers that require expertise in multiple facets of human learning. Explore more about our faculty and the curriculum below.

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Summer 2023 Application Deadline

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For students who wish to join the MSED in Community and Social Change program in Fall 2023, the application deadline is June 1, 2023. Click here for a list of master’s application requirements. Download the UOnline Application Checklist for a step-by-step guide through the simplified application process and contact an enrollment advisor to waive your $300 deposit fee.

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