Who Are Hiram’s Educational Studies Majors?
The educational studies program is designed for students who want to deepen their understanding of the learning and teaching process yet seek careers in non-school or non-teaching settings. Educational studies majors majors and minors embody the values of Hiram’s New Liberal Arts, eager to delve into mindful technology, integrated learnings, and high-impact educational practices.
About the Educational Studies Program
This distinctive major—one of the first such programs in Ohio and one of only a handful of its kind in the United States—prepares students to work in education-related fields in a wide variety of settings, many of which are outside the traditional classroom.
Educational studies majors learn about educational institutions, educational processes, and the social and cultural factors that affect them. Given the combination of the Educational Studies major and a carefully chosen area of concentration (AOC), the program provides an entry point into the study of the multidimensional field of education and analysis, as well as education of the individual and the collective.Students work with their advisor to design an Area of Concentration based on their career goals, essentially tailoring the major to meet their unique needs and aspirations.
Learn more about the educational studies program.
What Careers Can You Pursue with an Educational Studies Degree?
After Hiram, educational studies graduates seek education careers or pursue further education in areas such as:
- School counselor
- College admissions counselor
- Education policy analyst
- Career services specialist
- Corporate trainer
- Program director
- Art therapist
Are you considering becoming a Hiram educational studies major? Request more information today.Or, if you desire a traditional teaching career path, you can choose an education, teacher licensure major through the same Education Department.