Graduate School of Education
Inspire the Next Generation.
Make meaningful connections (Teacher). Develop policies to solve pressing education challenges (Public Policy Analyst). Boost team performance with cutting-edge strategies (Corporate Trainer). And so much more. GSOE’s Education, Society, and Human Development Undergraduate Program — taught by world-renowned faculty — will help you inspire the next generation.
We put research in your hands.
UCR offers research opportunities to all undergraduate students! This advantage catapults you to the “top of the list” for jobs and/or graduate school. Current GSOE research includes:
- Maximizing educational outcomes for traditionally marginalized communities
- Exploring the family context of youth with developmental disabilities or autism
- Creating new ways to teach academic words to those with “below grade level” reading skills — thanks to $1.4 million grant from the Institute of Education Sciences
“As a student in the GSOE, I have built memorable relationships with a diverse group of students, and supportive faculty and staff. The experience and skills I have developed through the program helped prepare me for invaluable internship and career building opportunities.”
Education, Society, and Human Development Major
You can afford a UC degree, regardless of income and without going into debt.
of UCR undergraduate students received some form of financial aid.
of UCR transfer students received some form of financial aid.
of students' financial aid need was met with need-based aid.
(Financial Aid Office, 2017–18)
Let us show you how: financialaid.ucr.edu
National Prestigious Scholarships and Awards (NPSA)
Freshman and transfer UCR students can fund their education with prestigious scholarships, such as the Donald A. Strauss Scholarship and the Undergraduate Fulbright Scholars (Research and English Teaching Award). Support is offered throughout the application process. UCR regional and national scholarships are also available via Financial Aid's Outside Agency Scholarship Search.
You have big dreams. We'll help them come true!
Professor and Eady/Hendrick Chair in Learning Disabilities
Helps middle school students with disabilities learn academic language — thanks to a $1.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences
LOUIE F. RODRIGUEZ
Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education Programs
Associate Professor of Education Policy Analysis and Leadership, and Education, Society, and Culture
- Won the Outstanding Hispanic Faculty of the Year and Emerging Leader Award from Phi Delta Kappa International
- Ronald E. McNair Scholar
FR Freshman Students TR Transfer Students
Every program is designed to help you succeed — from the moment you first step on campus to the day you graduate.
Academic Resource Center (ARC)
Maximize student success with peer/staff mentoring, tutoring and graduate school preparation. Improves leadership, time management, public speaking and study skills. arc.ucr.edu
First Year Mentor Program
Register and be paired with a trained peer mentor. Get help navigating student life and accessing campus resources. studentlife.ucr.edu
GSOE First-Year Student Seminars
Peer mentoring, career development, community building and academic/professional workshops.
GSOE Faculty Mentoring
Connect with nationally recognized faculty mentors. Includes help with coursework, service learning and field research.
Transfers F1rst Program
Discover essential resources for academic/professional goals. Connect with peer mentors and attend TOP workshops. chassfirst.ucr.edu
Ph.D. Candidate (Special Education, Autism)
Examines successful outcomes of children with autism in early school grades and the experiences of college students with autism and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Graduate student researcher at the SEARCH Family Autism Resource Center
- Won the Mencap Research Scholarship
- Serves as a Special Education Leadership Fellow
- Long-Term Trainee for the UCLA-UCR Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Other Related Disabilities
Ph.D. Candidate (Education, Society, and Culture)
Examines the role of transformative pedagogies and critical literacies in shaping the schooling experiences of students of color
- Won the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) Graduate Student Fellowship
- Committee Member for the Institute for Teachers of Color Committed to Racial Justice (ITOC)
- First-generation college graduate
Get help with career success.
UCR’s Career Center — and Virtual Career Center — offers full-service counseling and resources, regardless of major or class level.
- Career and graduate/professional school planning
- Job/internship search strategies and database
- Skill-building workshops, employer information sessions and panel discussions
- 11 fairs, including the Graduate and Professional School Information Day Fair and the Teacher Job Fair