All courses are structured to fully address the transition toward the contemporary concerns of human development, diversity, equity and ethics. The learner is regarded as one who has an active role in constructing his/her knowledge base, values and attitudes. The varied cultural backgrounds of students and teachers are seen as a positive context in which one can listen, consider and form knowledge structures.
The department sees its role as interactive with other departments and with the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, addressing our joint missions and fostering the development of curriculum, methodologies and perspectives that enhance the individual and society.
For curriculum information, please view the University Catalog, the official university resource for up-to-date program information and course descriptions. To view current course offerings, please visit InfoBear.
Last Modified: February 10, 2012