The Bachelor of Science in Education Studies is designed for students who desire a career in education outside the classroom. Since education studies is not tied to teacher certification students have the flexibility to explore a wide range of education topics. The core curriculum provides students with a solid foundation in education including research and discussion of youth, families, health, wellness and justice issues. Tailored to meet your interests, we offer the following concentration areas: Creativity, Innovation and Learning; Equity and Educational Change; or Social Entrepreneurship and Education.
In addition, the program requires students to complete a capstone experience.
Students with an Educational Studies major will be able to:
Education Studies majors are also well-positioned to pursue graduate programs in education-related fields. Our graduates have successfully matriculated into Master of Education degrees in Student Affairs in Higher Education, Comparative and International Education, and Teaching and Learning programs at leading universities.
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Our Education Studies majors are often encouraged to apply for a number of opportunities including the Civic Summer Fellows. It is a new, paid internship program providing Miami students opportunities to enhance civic knowledge and skills to work as leaders with local/regional communities, focusing on fields of education, non-profit, and social justice-oriented community organizations.
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Oxford, OH 45056, USA