- Employment & Volunteer Opportunities
- Educational Studies
- Field Experience
- Deans List
- PEAR (Peer Education Advising Resource) Program
- Resources for Supervisors & Cooperating Teachers
- Student Groups
- Title II Reports
Education has the power to influence lives, empower others and lift a community. And the power of education is not limited to a classroom. The educational studies major and minor are designed for students interested in the area of education in a non-school environment. For you, the possibilities are great.
As a student, you’ll benefit from the diversity of experiences available to you and be surprised by the flexibility of options. Educational studies majors go on to develop educational programs or curriculum and work in various informal learning environments and nonprofit organizations. Many work with youth and underserved populations.
Milwaukee has a strong nonprofit community, and you’ll have the opportunity to be putting what you learn into practice. In your final year, as an Educational Studies major, you’ll have a yearlong internship in a local nonprofit, recreational, or civic organization; as an Educational Studies minor, you will have a semester-long internship. Our Community Advisory Board is made up of organizations in the area who not only will host students for their internships, but are also very involved in providing input into the curriculum and learning experiences of the program.
Learn more about Advisory Board member Julia Magnasco of First Stage.
The College of Education is structured so that you graduate with a second major. You’ll also work directly with an adviser to personalize your studies based on career goals. This way, you’ll be fully prepared to leverage your educational studies focus in the area that matters the most to you.
Complete the Program On Time
The program is designed to help you complete your degree in four years. In addition to the course work and internship, you’ll participate in service-learning and field study experiences during the first three years of the program.