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Department of Counseling, Societal Change, and Inquiry

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The Department of Counseling, Social Change, and Inquiry (CSCI) houses the Counseling, Curriculum Studies, and Youth Advocacy and Educational Studies programs. These programs engages students who are looking to positively impact society in a number of ways including addressing mental health through counseling, investigating the relationships between curriculum in schools and society, and working with youth in organizations that are connected to education. Coursework in CSCI provides students with a background in educational studies that can be applied to contexts outside of the classroom, but will still have impact on schools and their surrounding communities.

Majors & Minors

Curate your unique path to educational leadership through our undergraduate programs.

Graduate Programs

Pursue a graduate degree in Counseling or Curriculum & Instruction.

Recent Publications

  • “Executive functioning supports for college students with an autism spectrum disorder.”

    Stark, M. D., & Lindo, E. J.

    Review Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.,

  • “Theorizing necropolitics in social studies education. ”

    Varga, B. A., Helmsing, M. E., van Kessel, C., & Christ, R. C.

    Theory and Research in Social Education. Advanced online publication. ,