UMUC Organizational Charts

UMUC’s institutional organization has been established to serve a globally –focused university of more than 90,000 students worldwide with an unparalleled breadth of programs.  Headquartered in Adelphi, Maryland, UMUC has classroom location in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, Europe and Asia, and provides award-winning online classes to students worldwide.

UMUC organizational charts 

The Graduate School

UMUC’s Graduate School provides students with a wide-range of career-specific programs to help them earn the credentials to advance their careers.

The Graduate School organizational chart

Department of Education

The Graduate School’s Department of Education has three master’s degree programs currently:  Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT), Masters of Education in Instructional Technology (MEd), and Master of Distance Education and E-learning (MDE).

Two of the programs (Master of Arts in Teaching and MEd in Instructional Technology) constitute, for CAEP/NCATE purposes, the professional education unit.  These two programs prepare professional educators for roles in K-12 schools. 

The Department of Education organizational chart

Professional Education Unit

Because UMUC is preparing teachers for state certification, the department’s professional education unit is subject to reporting requirements from numerous external organizations to meet numerous state, national, and federal reporting, approval, and accreditation requirements.

The Professional Education organizational chart