The Multicultural Education program is not admitting doctoral students for the 2020 program. We encourage you to view other College faculty by research areas for the 2020 cycle.
The Multicultural Education study option is designed to prepare teachers and other education professionals to assume leadership roles in school districts, colleges and universities, community organizations, and other institutions that have projects, courses and programs related to racial equity and educational justice. It is further designed to support scholars and educators—pre-K through university—to engage and produce strength-based approaches to teaching and learning, particularly with Native, Black, Latinx, Asian, and Pacific Islander students and communities across intersections with gender and sexuality, class, dis/ability, migration, language, land, and more.
Graduates of this program can be found working in any institution or setting that has programs related to multicultural education, educational justice, ethnic studies and other critical, equity- oriented fields of education.