Grand Canyon University

3300 W Camelback Rd 
Phoenix AZ 85017 

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Master of Education in Secondary Education - Humanities - ITL (Online)

Grand Canyon University’s Master of Education in Secondary Education with an Emphasis in Humanities ITL degree program prepares students to become a licensed junior high or high school teacher (grades 6–12) who has a specialty in humanities education. The study of humanities and social sciences varies widely in scope and may include the areas of history, geography, civics, fine and performing arts, cultural and sociological influences, languages and English literature.

Humanities educators help students:

  • Ask questions about the world
  • Analyze human behavior
  • Understand diversity and the human experience
  • Contemplate contemporary society
  • Cultivate writing and reading skills
  • Learn to think creatively
  • Become informed and critical citizens

Humanities educators impact their students by not only developing them into knowledgeable citizens, but into individuals who understand social equality, how to think critically and form their own thoughts while respecting others. Graduate students learn to combine grade 6–12 subjects that cover English, social studies, history and education psychology. The program emphasizes technology and diversity in education, as well as provides modern teaching methods and strategies to improve student achievement in the 21st century classroom.

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