Yale Education Studies is an interdisciplinary program that empowers students, faculty and the broader community to critically reimagine and collectively reshape the education landscape through theory and research, policy and practice.

Yale’s Education Studies Program, created in 2013, brings together the study of education across the liberal arts with courses across 13 departments. 

Yale undergraduates can participate in one of two Certificate pathways: the Education Studies Scholars Intensive Certificate  and the Education Studies certificate

Yale Education Studies alumni become preK-12 teachers in a variety of school settings; they enter PhD programs or law school, work in think tanks, education or political consulting, educational technology, journalism, non-profits, and government, among other fields.