Teaching Social Justice Master

Cambridge College

Date Posted: Feb. 25, 2016
Submitted by: Monika Urbanski
Content Type: Academic Programs
Discipline: Education
Program Type: Master's Degree
Completion: 3 - 4 Terms
Distance: Both
Commitment: Full-Time


The purpose of this program is based on the recognition that education is critical to creating a more just and sustainable world. In creating the Teaching Social Justice Program, Cambridge College recognizes that there are many groups of people who work in both formal and non-formal learning environments who will benefit greatly from the expertise of our faculty and our longstanding commitment to helping people teach and learn about social justice. The hybrid format of this model, which allows students to gather in an intensive residency format to learn from each other and complete additional work using distance modalities, will be appealing to social change agents across this country. Our graduates purssue a wide variety of jobs that involve a significant element of educating. They are tutors and teachers; personal, academic, and athletic coaches; actors; family advocates and mediators; clergy; college faculty and administrators; and more. They work in schools and colleges, nonprofit organizations and human services, the criminal justice system; religious organizations, community planning and evelopment, and corporations.

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