Education Policy Studies Minor
Designed for future teachers, educational policymakers, school district partner organization professionals, community organizers, and nonprofit professionals, the Education Policy Studies Minor will give you cross-disciplinary, field-informed knowledge of education policy within American and international school systems.
Loyola's Educational Policy Studies Minor program will introduce you to the policies, ideas and decision-making that has created and can create change in our educational system. This program is a great choice for students who want to study, critically analyze, and confront systemic equalities in our education systems. And for those who want to prepare for work in education in a non-classroom setting, this minor is especially useful.
Upon graduation with a minor in Educational Policy Studies, you will possess the following knowledge, skills, and professional values necessary to work as a social justice education policy professional in the classroom or non-classroom education policy settings.
Upon graduation with a minor in educational policy studies from Loyola, you will possess the following knowledge, skills, and professional values necessary to work in non-classroom educational settings, including after-school programs, nonprofit organizations, community-based organizations, or government offices.