Learning is not confined to the PK-12 classroom; It happens every day in formal and informal settings, purposefully and unintentionally, during youth and throughout aging. At the GSE, select program offerings hone in on these non-traditional learning opportunities, as well as on post-secondary educational learning, and use research regarding learning and teaching at various age levels to explore topics such as human resource development, learning, cognition, and development, college student affairs, and design of and learning environments, amongst others.
Though these topics may vary greatly, they all equally underscore the importance of equity as it relates to access to high-quality education programs for all learners and consider the social, cultural, and economic factors that may influence it.
Explore programs in this area:
Master’s without Certification
Educational Administration & Supervision
Adult and Continuing Education
College Student Affairs
College Student Affairs, Executive Track
Education, Culture and Society
Special Education with Applied Behavioral Analysis
Learning Cognition and Development