DESCRIPTION: The educational studies program is a non-licensure option designed for those who wish to function as educators in human services and resource settings such as business and industry, religious, community, or interest and advocacy groups. Programs reflect a consideration for the nature of the setting in which educators will work (e.g., youth center, social agency, museum, park, business), the particular skills and competencies required in such an educational career (e.g., program planning, technology utilization, interpersonal and multicultural facilitation) and the nature of the particular educational function which characterizes the option (e.g., program design, instruction, service delivery).
Additional information can be obtained from 316 White Hall, 330-672-3195 or 330-672-2012.
Students are required to meet all university requirements, including a 2.50 cumulative GPA, for graduation. The students choose an elective concentration that is supportive of their particular career emphasis and goal, selected from offerings in the College of Education, Health, and Human Services and other professional schools.
STUDY ABROAD/AWAY OPPORTUNITIES: There are many Study Abroad/Away Opportunities, for more information contact the Office of Global Education.