First-Year Students' Guide
Chair: Professor Deborah Appleman
Guided by the assumption that an understanding of educational values, policies, and practices is a legitimate and important part of liberal arts studies, Carleton offers a program of courses which (except student teaching) is open to all students. This program studies education as an individual pursuit, an institutional venture, social issue, and a civic responsibility.
Can I major in it? No, but a concentration in Educational Studies is available.
Can I get a teaching license? Yes, in selected areas, primarily, middle school, and high school.
Topics explored: The sociology, history, sociocultural context and politics of education; philosophies of education, ethics and education, multicultural education, educational psychology, school reform, and issues in urban education.
How to get started: Interested students should take EDUC 110: Introduction to Educational Studies during their first or second year.