The M.A. in Schools, Culture, and Society (SCS) prepares candidates to be:

  • Teachers and administrators in K-12 schools
  • Educational policy leaders


This 32-semester hour, interdisciplinary master’s program provides students with a broad overview of the field. SCS faculty and students come from a variety of backgrounds and work experiences. Faculty members specialize in the three core disciplines (sociology, history, and philosophy of education) and are focused on their students’ growth as scholars and practitioners.