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Graduate Program Spotlight: Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy


The PowerScore Graduate Program Spotlight gives you a snapshot of a different graduate program each week. For more information about each profiled institution, be sure to check out the school's website.

Northwestern University's School of Education and Social Policy  is today's Grad Program Spotlight. From the school's website:

The School of Education and Social Policy (SESP) at Northwestern University seeks to understand and improve learning at every stage of life and in all contexts — from families and communities to schools and workplaces. And since we’re the smallest school at Northwestern, our own community is truly unique.

Nationally and internationally, the School of Education and Social Policy is known for innovation, an interdisciplinary approach and major research, as well as excellent faculty and students. With 400 undergraduates, 300 graduate students and 23 faculty, SESP offers a personal environment and active collaboration within the larger university.

Type of school: Private

Setting: Urban

Size: 300 total graduate students in six different graduate programs

Degrees offered: The school offers an MA in Learning Sciences; PhDs in Learning Sciences, and Human Development and Social Policy; and MSs in Higher Education Administration and Policy, Education (K-12), and Learning and Organizational Change.

Tuition and fees: Various. See this page on the Northwestern Student Financial Services website for the costs specific to each program.

Cost of living (single student): None listed
Address: 2120 Campus Drive Evanston, IL 60208
Phone: 847.491.8193
Twitter accounts: None
Facebook: Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy

All information was gathered from the school's website and the school's U.S. News & World Report profile. Please consult the school's website and Office of Admissions with questions regarding this information. 

To see other schools in the Graduate Program Spotlight series, click here.


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