Empower students as learners

By looking at the world through the various lenses of economics, history, geography, political science, social science and psychology, you’ll prepare yourself to help your students do the same. A degree in secondary education with a major in Broadfield Social Studies will give you a clear awareness of modern and historical perspectives on these subjects ad ready you for a life of service as a teacher. With access to an experienced staff and a curriculum focused on participation in society as productive Christian citizens, by the time you graduate you’ll possess the vital ability to view the world through one final lense: the lense of a teacher.


All courses offered face-to-face on main campus.

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Program Overview

Through a blend of the social sciences, history, and humanities, you’ll learn to guide your students through a myriad of thinking types and social structures, and be able to adapt such lessons to grade levels ranging from grade 4 to grade 12. You’ll gain a stronger sense of contemporary and past viewpoints and be able to share insights with your class that reveal how people relate to the world around them. You’ll participate in and learn how to lead discussions on civic issues and organize around solutions. Perhaps most importantly, you’ll understand how to help your students discover how people relate to each other, how we interact as groups, and how we organize our thoughts, religions, and governments. With a foundation in social studies, you’ll be able to help your students better understand their place in the world. 

Students who desire licensure in another state must contact their state department of education for details about whether or not this coursework will meet state requirements. 

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