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Philosophy and History of Education

The program in philosophy and history of education prepares students to interpret, criticize, and construct educational ideas and arguments. This preparation includes examining the history of educational thought, institutions, and policies in their cultural and philosophical contexts. Students ask what it means, and has meant, to be an educated person and what the goals of education should be.

Degree Programs

Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Studies, Philosophy and History of Education
A PhD specializing in Philosophy and History of Education positions you as a thought leader in education as you seek to understand the field more completely.

Master of Arts in Educational Studies, Philosophy and History of Education
With a master's degree in Philosophy and History of Education, you will be prepared for a career in education and empowered to make a difference.

Other Programs

Educational Ethics, Graduate Certificate
Educational Ethics is a new graduate certificate offering that provides the expertise on how you can solve complex educational issues with ethical resolve.

Educational Ethics and Social Justice, Undergraduate Certificate
Educational Ethics prepares future educators to understand and evaluate thorny ethical issues and solve them in just and humane ways.