What's Happening

Master's Plus Program
for Canyons School District

Master's Plus Program
for all other prospective students

Admissions Deadline
June 15 for Spring 2017
*current teachers 2+
years only*

**Deadline for ECS M.Ed. Program (only) changed to
June 1st**

 ECS 5645/ECS 6645 Enrollment Information

**Note:  Section 001 is for Secondary majors; Sec. 002 is for Elementary majors

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Office of Equity and Diversity


 The Department of Education, Culture, and Society is one of the top social foundation programs in the country. It is committed to the study and pursuit of social justice in education using cutting-edge frameworks that address class, race, ethnicity, and gender in educational policy and practice. ECS offers Ph.D., M.ED., M.A., and M.S. program specialties in curriculum theory, anthropology, sociology, history, and the philosophy of education. The coursework is designed to help students construct a better understanding of patterns in educational inequality, while countering these inequities by creating an environment where working class students and students of color have, create, and promote equal educational opportunities.

Students completing a M.Ed. or M.S. have found the skills and knowledge useful for employment as educators and working in government and non-government agencies.

Students who complete the Ph.D. program are poised to take positions in research and teaching universities across the country.

Congratulations ECS Graduates!!


Four Latina U Professors look to make history with tenure. ECS professors Dolores CalderĂ³n, Leticia Alvarez, & Veronica Valdez, along with Lourdes Alberto are seeking tenure this year, which is more historic than it first appears.


African American Women Educators

This new book by Professor Karen A. Johnson examines the lived experiences and work of African American women educators during the 1880s to the 1960s. This book seeks to explore these educators' thoughts and teaching practices in an attempt to understand their unique vision of education for Black students and the implications of their work for current educational reform. Read More..