Featured Graduate Courses

Check out our list of featured Educational Studies Graduate courses below!

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ESEPOL 8352 – Educational Policy in Democratic Society

Course Description: Questions related to conceptions of democracy, democratic education, and the political processes of developing, implementing, and analyzing policies that impact public education will be discussed.

 

Section 1: ESEPOL 8352 0010 (33029)

Dates: 8/23/22-12/07/22

Meeting times/location: Wednesdays 4:30pm-6:50 p.m. in Ramseyer 009

In-Person

Instructor: Dr. Ann Allen

Credits: 3


ESPHE 7410 – Modern Trends in Philosophy of Education

Course Description: Philosophy of education is a rich and dynamic field that seeks to bring philosophical resources to bear upon emergent and abiding questions at the very core of education. This graduate-level seminar canvasses a number of recent projects and patterns of work in this field.

 

Section 1: ESPHE 7410 – 0010 (35241)

Dates: 8/23/22-12/07/22

Meeting times/location: Mondays 4:30-6:50 p.m. in Campbell Hall 271

In-Person

Instructor: Dr. Winston C. Thompson

Credits: 3