Designed to address issues in culture, language, ethnic, and gender diversity in education.
A major component of this program is social activism. The program focuses on theoretical, historical and political perspectives of race, class, gender, language, and sexual orientation as they apply to the theory and practice of education. The pedagogies and teaching philosophies modeled in the classes are facilitative, interactive and participatory utilizing critical thinking, critical reflection, demonstrations, simulations, dialogue, and other methods of instruction to gain insight into issues related to equity and social justice.
Baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution
3.0 GPA in last 60 credit units attempted
Department evaluators may request to interview applicants when deemed necessary