Certificate for Curriculum and Pedagogy for Social Justice Certificate Program


The Curriculum and Pedagogy for Social Justice Certificate consists of six graduate level education courses designed to provide educators with the theoretical foundations, historical knowledge, practical experience, and supportive infrastructure needed to become reflective practitioners who successfully integrate social justice education into their classrooms. The graduate certificate can be completed as a stand-alone program or along with any of the Master’s degrees offered in the College of Education. An underlying assumption of this graduate certificate is the educators who engage in social education will be able to identify dehumanizing sociopolitical conditions that undermine good teaching and academic achievement and will actively engage in pedagogical practices to alter those conditions to educate all students to reach their highest potential.

 

Program Contact Information:
Dr. Sabrina Ross
Phone: (912) 478-5382
Email: sross@georgiasouthern.edu
Degree Hours in Program of Study
M.Ed. 36

 

Regular Admission Requirements
1. Completed requirements for a Bachelor’s degree in an institution accredited by proper regional accrediting association or an equivalent at a recognized national or international university.
2. Present a cumulative 3.0 (4.0 scale) grade point average or higher on all undergraduate and graduate work combined.
3. Submit a personal statement of career goals, purpose, and objectives, approximately 500 words that identifies the applicant’s reasons for pursuing the certificate program.
Fall Spring Summer
Final Deadline  August 1 Does Not Admit Does Not Admit

 

Last updated: 3/30/2017

Office of Graduate Admissions • Post Office Box 8113 Statesboro, GA 30460-8113 • 912-478-5384 • Gradadmissions@georgiasouthern.edu