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Education Sciences establishes a foundation of knowledge about the different contexts of education, used as a launchpad to propel students into any direction in the field of education. With four areas of specialization, this degree program prepares you for endless opportunities. Create your own future!
Our shared belief is that schools are shaped by larger societal forces like politics, culture, economics, and values. We enlist perspectives from history, philosophy, sociology and cultural studies to explore the inter-relationships between schools and society. Discover and apply knowledge to address and resolve pressing issues in schools, education policy and society.
Ed Tech goes far beyond tablets and smartboards. This focus is designed to establish a background understanding of the industry and help students cultivate the skills needed to succeed in this growing field. From instructional design to VR/AR learning environments, we have carefully crafted a sequence of courses to engage you in this growing field.
Through the application of data analysis, research design and evaluation techniques, this specialization focuses on gaining insight into the multitude of factors that impact learning and development in various contexts.
Focused on the dynamic place of disability-related issues in society, culture, and education, this specialization aims at an understanding of what’s necessary to facilitate equitable education opportunities in ever-changing learning environments. Access and equity are the dominant themes that will help to elevate our society.
Imagine endless opportunities. Students who successfully complete this degree program may enter the workforce ready to pursue a number of careers, within or beyond the traditional realm of education. From paraprofessional educator to policy analyst, education sciences prepares you to create your own future. Just some of the many career examples include:
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