MA in Social Science
Are you ready to teach 21st century learners to participate in a changing community within a shrinking world? Then the master’s degree in Social Science Education from Webster is the degree for you.
Directed toward social science educators and professionals working at the college level or in local or regional community service organizations, the program teaches how individual actions can transform communities, how to interface with local and global history, how to understand comparative systems of social education from around the world, and how to explore technologies for visualizing social systems.
You’ll address current and emerging social, psychological, cultural and educational issues that shape 21st century society. Combining theory and practice, you’ll infuse local and global issues into high level learning and chart a course for your own personal growth as a teacher and support agent in a changing world.
Points of Distinction
- Online and evening formats provide optimum flexibility.
- 8 week class schedules.
- Option for thesis track (36 credit hours) or non-thesis track (33 credit hours).
- The Standard of Excellence in Teacher Preparation, An NCATE Accredited Institution.