Prospective students wishing to pursue a B.A. in Integrated Educational Studies (IES) must be officially accepted in to the program. Integrated Educational Studies majors must meet competitive program admission requirements beyond Chapman University application standards via a second application process. A program admission selection committee consisting of, at a minimum, two academic faculty members will review all applicants and determine final admission status. An applicant can petition another review if denied initial admission.
Program Learning Outcomes
1) Leader and change agent
2) Ethically responsible decision-maker
3) Learner and scholar
4) Advocate for inclusive and supportive communities
5) Facilitator and collaborator
All of the following:
IES 101: Self & Identity
IES 102: Social Construction of Difference
IES 103: Philosophy of Helping
IES 204: Exploring Theories of Learning
IES 206: Schools in Society
One of the following:
IES 205: Learning Across Boundaries: The Power of Cross Disciplinary Curricula
IES 207: The Pursuit of Happiness and Knowledge: Walt Disney and Charles Darwin
Two of the following:
IES 301: Organizations, Ethics, & Society
IES 302: Information, Communication, & Management
IES 303: Education Through Life Transitions
IES 310: LGBT Issues in Education
IES 340: Children's Literature & Literacy
Please note: upon completing 60 credits students will select an emphasis, through which
they will complete the remainder of their major.
For more details, consult the current undergraduate catalog.
Disability Studies - Open to all majors
The Disability Studies Minor provides an overview of the interdisciplinary study of disability across the domains of human experience. The minor allows students to explore the variety of approaches to understanding disability in personal, social, economic, artistic and political contexts. The minor focuses on issues in the representation, history and interpretation of disability as a social category of human difference rather than issues related to the clinical diagnosis and treatment of impairments.
Integrated Educational Studies (IES) - Open to majors outside of IES
The minor in Integrated Educational Studies (IES) is designed for students who want to gain general expertise in the theoretical, structural, psychological and sociocultural aspects of education both in formal settings, such as schools, and informal settings at all stages of development (child-adolescent, adult). Students who intend to teach at the secondary level are encouraged to pursue the Secondary Education minor which is specifically tailored to their preparation.
Language and Literacy - Open to all majors
The Language and Literacy minor prepares the candidate with specific content preparation necessary for a career that includes the teaching of English at the elementary or middle grades levels or intensive writing in English in a community education setting. Future high school English teachers who are IES majors in the Schools Emphasis area are strongly encouraged to choose English as a second major or to choose English as their core content minor and Language and Literacy as their second, required minor.
Secondary Education - Open to majors outside of IES
The Secondary Education minor is designed for majors in content subject areas, such as mathematics, science, English or other language, and history/social science, which are typically taught in secondary (grades 6-12) schools. The Secondary Education minor must be enrolled in a major OUTSIDE of Integrated Educational Studies (IES).
Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) - Open to all majors, except those in Schmid College
The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Education minor prepares the candidate with a breadth of STEM courses in order to prepare for future careers in education and related STEM fields. Admission to the minor requires approval from the Integrated Education Studies STEM Education advisor.
IES Program Coordinator
Dr. Kim Padulo
Dr. Quaylan Allen
Dr. Michelle Samura
Dr. Noah Golden
Dr. Roxanne Miller
For questions, please contact
Kelly McCuen, Administrative Assistant
firstname.lastname@example.org or 714-997-6788