Cultural Foundations and Social Justice Education, Post-Master's Certificate
The Post-Master's Certificate in Cultural Foundations and Social Justice Education requires 18 credit hours and offers students a broad, interdisciplinary, scholarly tradition that currently shapes cultural foundations and social justice education. Attention is given to preparing students to teach in this area. Students have five academic years to complete the certificate.
For information regarding deadlines and requirements for admission, please see the Guide to Graduate Admissions.
Certificate Program Requirements
Required: 18 credit hours
|Core Courses (15 credits)|
|ELC 705||Foundations of Critical Theory||3|
|ELC 706||History of Education in the United States||3|
|ELC 707||Philosophies in Education||3|
|ELC 708||Educational Sociology: Race, Class, and Gender Power Dynamics||3|
|ELC 709||Introduction to Critical Pedagogy||3|
|Select one course (3 credits) from the following: *||3|
|Ethics and Education|
|Teaching Social Justice|
|Contemporary Problems Seminar|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
Or another ELC course as approved by advisor.