The educational studies major focuses on both the art and science of instruction across a broad range of contexts. The influence of philosophy, sociology and psychology are examined to understand their impact on community engagement in today's world. This degree does not lead to K-12 teacher certification but focuses on a scholarly examination of learning and informal learning environments in classrooms, as well as informal educational settings within the larger community. This major is also appropriate for individuals interested in pursuing as emphasis in sustainability studies, international human rights, entrepreneurship or leadership.
Webster University is a private, non-profit, independent, multi campus, international institution offering a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Founded in 1915, Webster University's home campus is in Webster Groves, Missouri, USA, a major suburban center of the St. Louis metropolitan area. Webster University offers programs at extended campus locations throughout the United States, including military education installations and metropolitan centers, international programs in Europe, Asia, and Africa, and online distance learning programs in a large number of academic disciplines.
Webster University is academically organized into five schools and colleges which is College of Arts & Sciences, George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology, Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts, School of Communications, School of Education. Not all degrees and majors are offered at every Webster University location. A schedule of courses for the academic year is available at all Webster University locations that offer degree programs.
Webster University's home campus is located in Webster Groves, a suburb of St. Louis. Many of the domestic campuses are located near military bases; some are located in various metropolitan areas. The international campuses are located in several European countries including Switzerland, Austria, and The Netherlands; several are also located in Asia and Africa, such as in Thailand, Ghana and China.