Social studies education is a major for secondary and elementary students within the Teacher Education Division. Graduates who pass the subject area test are certified to teach social studies at the elementary, middle or high school levels.
Here, you will train for the broader experience of teaching while be specially equipped in the area of social studies. Taught from a Christ-centered perspective, your courses will provide you with the academic, technical and emotional knowledge needed in today's classrooms. You will graduate as a creative thinker ready to lead a classroom and empower the students you teach.
From personable faculty to one-on-one advising appointments, we have resources to support you in reaching your goals and being successful in your classes.
See our sample degree plans for the list of classes you'll take as a social studies education major.
of traditional undergraduate education students from the class of 2019 were working or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation.
Importantly, our recent graduates also shared that they love their work. Of respondents, 88 percent reported a genuine interest in what they are doing.
Cornerstone alumni are tireless in their passion to influence our world for Christ as servant leaders. You can find CU graduates building lives that matter at workplaces based in West Michigan and beyond.
- Comstock STEM Academy
- Godwin Heights Public Schools
- Hope Academy of West Michigan
- Ringwood Christian School
- South Haven Public Schools
College Is About More Than a Degree
At Cornerstone, knowledge is about more than memorizing facts. Here, you will develop a deeper understanding of people, life and God. You will conquer challenges, grow in wisdom and make more memories than you can count.
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