Loyola University Chicago

School of Education

MA in Cultural & Educational Policy Studies

Overview

The MA in Cultural and Educational Policy Studies degree, conferred by The Graduate School, is intended for people working across the education sector to develop expertise in the analysis, research and improvement of education policy and practice.  Students are required to research and write a MA thesis and specialize in one of the following areas of concentration: Comparative and International Education, History of Education, Philosophy of Education, or Sociology of Education.

Program benefits

  • Examine education policy and practice through a multidisciplinary approach, with an overarching emphasis on social justice.
  • Study with students from around the world and experience rich culturally diversity.
  • Learn to conduct original research that can inform educational policy and practice.
  • Balance work and graduate study with courses offered in the late afternoons and evenings.

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