The undergraduate major in Education and Social Transformation prepares students to analyze current issues in education through a social justice lens and to emerge as effective advocates for positive change. Students interested in pursuing the major in Education and Social Transformation must complete the required lower- and upper-division courses. The major includes 10 lower-division units and 40 upper-division units (approximately 9–10 upper-division courses).

Vice Chair for Undergraduate Education:

Rashmita Mistry

Academic Director for the Undergraduate Major:

Mitsue Yokota

Undergraduate Advisors:

Elaine Dolalas

Vanessa Hermoso

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