Two new master’s programs – one designed to give students tools to transform K-12 urban education and the other to provide key concepts in design, innovation, technology and analytics – will be offered by the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences beginning in the summer of 2017.

The Master of Arts in Educational Transformation focuses on giving K-12 urban educators the skills and insights to tackle tough problems and promote opportunity and justice for children in underserved communities.

The mission of the new Master of Arts in Learning and Design is to give students a deep foundation in the tools and theory of learning design, technology innovation, learning analytics and higher education leadership.

For more detailed information about these two innovative master's programs, please see https://www.georgetown.edu/new-masters-urban-ed-learning-design