Schools, Culture, and Society

Schools, Culture, and Society is an interdisciplinary program that enhances students’ ability to analyze the influence of social, historical, and philosophical factors that frame contemporary issues in the formal social enterprise of education.  


SCS fosters an engaging and thoughtful academic community, with small classes that allow and encourage meaningful dialogue and faculty-student interaction. Each student takes courses in sociology, history, and philosophy of education and chooses one discipline as their area of emphasis. SCS encourages students to nurture and explore their academic interests via a flexible curriculum that allows students to take courses across the college and university.

Professor leads discussion with graduate students


Program Coordinator
Graduate Assistant