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Educational Studies majors practice their skills in local schools and in the community. You can work with youth programs at all age levels. You’ll get to explore the cultural aspects of youth and schools, and you’ll hone your use of developmentally appropriate activities. You can customize your internship in the Durango area, in your hometown, and overseas. And by graduation, you can step immediately into diverse careers as an educational professional.
Note, this program does not include a teacher licensure. If you want to become a licensed teacher please see one of our other options.
Once you graduate, you are qualified to work in school settings, youth-oriented programs, and overseas international schools or programs.
Earning this degree also leads to careers in such fields as:
For any career, this degree establishes that you can plan activities and assessments, critically evaluate content, analyze different learning styles, develop teaching strategies, work with children, and understand the cultural aspects of youth, schools, and communities.
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