Featured Undergraduate/GE Courses

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

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ESHESA 2577: Diversity and Social Justice in Leadership

Course Description: Builds on intellectual and experiential engagement with issues of difference, diversity, social justice, and alliance-building, with a particular emphasis on race, ethnicity, and gender.

Section 1: ESHESA 2577 0010 (33329) Full semester  (8/23/22-12/7/22)

Meets on Tues & Thurs 2:20pm-3:40pm

Campbell Hall 213

Cap 35

Section 2: ESHESA 2577 0020 (34520) 7-week, session 2 (10/17/22-12/07/22)

Meets on Mon & Wed 4:00pm-5:20pm

University Hall 047

Cap 35


ESPHE 2241 – Integrative Learning: How the Brain Learns (Social and Behavioral Sciences Foundation)

Course Description: Current and emerging theoretical and cultural conception of integrative learning based on current brain research.

Meeting times/location: Mondays 2:15pm-5pm in Ramseyer 215

In-Person

Instructor Dr. Bryan Warnick

Credits: 3


ESPHE 3206 – School and Society (Race, Ethnicity, and Gender Diversity Foundation)

Course Description: Use of concepts and methods of history, philosophy and the social sciences to grasp the interrelationship between a diverse society and education.

Section 1: ESPHE 3206 0010 (32256)

Meeting times/location: Tue/Thurs 9:35am-10:55am in Campbell Hall 243

In-Person

Instructor: TBD

Credits: 3

Section 2: ESPHE 3206 0020 (33055)

Meeting times/location: Tue/Thurs 12:45pm-2:05pm in Hays Hall 025

In-Person

Instructor: TBD

Credits: 3

Section 3: ESPHE 3206 0030 (32255)

Meeting times/location: Mon/Weds 2:20pm-3:40pm in McPherson 1008

In-Person

Instructor: TBD

Credits: 3


ESPHE 3410 – Philosophy of Education (Historical or Cultural Studies Foundation)

Course Description: An introduction to key philosophical issues in education, focusing on the questions: Who should be educated? What should be taught? Who gets to decide?

Section 1: ESPHE 3410 0010 (33053)

Meeting times/location: Tues/Thurs 12:45pm-2:05pm in Journalism 304

In-Person

Instructor: TBD

Credits: 3

Section 2: ESPHE 3410 0020 (32485)

Meeting times/location: Tues/Thurs 11:10am-12:30pm in Hagerty Hall 259

In-Person

Instructor: TBD

Credits: 3


ESHESA 3200 – So You Want to Work with College Students? Intro to Student Affairs

Course Description: The Higher Education and Student Affairs Program (HESA) is offering an introductory course to learn about the field of student affairs that focuses on the college experience.

Meeting times/location: Tues/Thurs 11:10am-12:30pm

In-Person

Instructor: TBD

Credits: 3