Bachelor of Arts in Human Diversity
The human diversity concentration is designed for students interested in examining the relationships between U.S. demographic change and learners in schools and in non-traditional educational settings. This study is both historically and sociologically grounded, with significant attention to identity development and interactions with social institutions across a range of human experience. Those pursuing this concentration may be interested in graduate school in social foundations of education, educational policy, or a related subject area, or may be interested in entering work environments that focus on children's issues, children and the media, educational inequality, and educational reform. Courses required.