Social Science and Comparative Education
The Social Sciences and Comparative Education (SSCE) Division is concerned with issues of social, cultural, historical, and comparative/international contexts of education. The multidisciplinary MA and PhD programs develop students able to teach and conduct research in philosophical, historical, cultural, race, gender, ethnic and comparative studies in education; to act as specialists for United States and overseas programs, non-governmental agencies, and multilateral and bilateral technical assistance agencies; and to engage in analysis of educational issues in the United States and in other areas of the world. Faculty who are part of SSCE also participate in the undergraduate minor program and the Teacher Education Program.
- Master of Arts
- Doctor of Philosophy (applicants must hold masters degree)
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