The Schools, Culture, and Society Master of Arts program is a 32-semester hour, interdisciplinary program that will provide you with a broad overview of the field. Faculty members specialize in sociology or history and are focused on your growth as scholars and practitioners.
The Schools, Culture, and Society MA program is currently not admitting new students.
The program is tailored to build on your strengths and aspirations and to develop related areas of expertise that will be of value in your future professional work. Graduates typically work in K–12 schools or education policy positions that demand a broad analytical understanding of educational issues. This is a non-thesis program. Your program advisor will help guide you through the requirements for degree completion.
For a complete list of courses and requirements