Bachelor of Arts in Education Studies
Education studies at Brandeis is an interdisciplinary program through which you’ll study the social and historical contexts of education policy, human learning and development, and the role of schooling in society. As an education studies major, you will engage in pivotal issues in the field, from classroom methodology to opportunity and achievement gaps in equity and achievement.
The interdisciplinary curriculum is structured to give you the flexibility to tailor your education to your interests.
A major or minor in education studies will lay a strong foundation for a career in educational research and policy, school psychology, higher education, informal education and even museum education—not to mention graduate studies in the field.
If a stimulating career in the classroom is what you’re after, check out our minor in teacher education.
Brandeis’ Education Program is rich in resources dedicated to strengthening teaching and learning. We offer several concentrations, so that whether your goal is making smart policy, acquiring best practices for the classroom or becoming a teacher leader, you’ll benefit from a multidimensional approach to education. Our program also embraces the liberal arts perspective, encouraging you to think critically and creatively.
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“Every class and every professor make me feel excited about the future of education. I've learned so much about the huge impacts that schools, students, teachers, parents, and communities have on each other. I love that every day I am surrounded by people passionate about improving education.”
Zach Goldblatt ’19