The mission of the School of Education and Urban Studies (SEUS) is to prepare a culturally and ethnically diverse student body to serve with distinction in the field of education and urban studies. The programs in SEUS provide quality teaching, research, and service to: meet the needs of a culturally diverse and multicultural population in urban settings; provide knowledge, values and skills for undergraduate and graduate students; prepare professionals and change agents to improve the quality of life of urban populations; and plan policies and programs that respond to societal problems.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Scholarship Availability
James Patterson, noted and acclaimed American author, is continuing to make scholarships available to students who want to pursue careers in teacher education.
Please call Dean Glenda Prime in the School of Education and Urban Studies at (443) 885-3385 for additional information.
301 Banneker HallP: 443.885.3385