This Multicultural College Teaching and Learning (MCTL) program explores all aspects of how students learn and achieve in a college environment and how we get better at making the higher education experience more open, inclusive, accessible, and supportive. We examine topics in student development, the psychology of learning, and the roles that the staff, faculty, and community play in creating an environment conducive to success.
In this program, you will learn to apply current theory and practice related to access, persistence and student achievement to successfully address the changing needs of postsecondary education.
The teaching process in the MCTL program is intentional and life giving.
Multicultural College Teaching and Learning
Joe has been conducting focus groups for the President's Emerging Scholars (PES) Program with the intention to gain a better understanding on the support needed for first-generation students of color success. The focus on his Plan B paper will be retention and support for first-generation students of color pursuing their undergraduate degree.
This program is student-centered and self-directed based on your needs and learning goals. Working with your academic adviser, you will select courses from a wide array of options to explore themes relevant to you and your future academic and career aspirations.
All M.A. students in the Multicultural College Teaching and Learning program area gain the capacity to: