Firmly planted in the traditions of social justice and responsibility, Roosevelt University's College of Education prepares teachers, counselors and educational leaders to shape a better, brighter and more just tomorrow. Our graduates leave us with an understanding of what it truly means to be an educator, a leader, or a counselor within a community, including international communities.
Multiculturalism has become a powerful component in counseling, psychology and education programs that emphasize helping students conceptualize distinctive characteristics of underrepresented groups and convoluted social systems.
- CHS 411-24, Social & Cultural Foundations, with Professor Roberto Clemente: Immersion course in Guatemala May 5-15, 2012.
- EDUC 352-20, Teach for Equity and Social Justice, with Professor Nona Burney: An international study trip to Liberia is an integral part of this course. SPECIAL OFFER FOR EDUCATORS: Audit this course for 50% tuition!
Liberia: Market Schools for Children (November 29, 2011, Dr. Nona Burney)