Winthrop University: B.S. in Educational Studies

B.S. in Educational Studies

The Educational Studies major is designed to provide a flexible pathway for students interested in education, but who may have aspirations for certification through the M.A.T. program or who are considering settings that do not require teacher certification such as community programs and museums.

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The Educational Studies major does not result in teacher certification and instead provides a gateway to certification at the graduate level. Students interested in whether this is an appropriate pathway should contact the program advisors to establish a one-on-one advising session. Please see the Frequently Asked Questions page. 

 

Contact Us

    Chair of Education Core
    803/323-4734
    bargerbp@winthrop.edu 

    Program Director for Educational Studies
    Advisor for Educational Studies (Middle Level Education, Physical Education, and Special Education concentrations) 
    803/323-4882
    oxleyk@winthrop.edu

    Advisor for Educational Studies (Early Childhood and Elementary Concentrations)
    803/323-4777
    catalanas@winthrop.edu 

 

Want to Learn More?

Hear from some of our students.

    Jaleel is a South Carolina student who is hoping to teach middle level.

    Courtney is planning on combining her love of education with criminal justice.

    Ellery appreciates the flexibility this major as provided her as she pursues multiple interests.

    Learn about how the content and professors make a course memorable.

    Some students will use Ed Studies as a pathway to the M.A.T. Program.

    Some students want a career that is education focused but not in a traditional K12 classroom.

 

 

Last Updated: 7/13/22