The Community Education & Social Change concentration prepares educational leaders with expertise in social justice, curriculum development, theories of learning, and models of change.

This concentration requires the completion of a minimum of 37 credit hours of in-class coursework and a 6-credit-hour internship. Students are expected to begin their program of study by taking courses in the Social Justice domain. This domain serves as the foundation for the concentration, and students will be required to engage with the other domains through a social justice lens.

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