Graduate Programs in Education at Cornell University by A. L. Winsor - 1951The School of Education at Cornell, unlike many university organizations is not an autonomous college. It is, rather, a co-ordination of
departments and divisions of education throughout the University.
It utilizes the resources of all the colleges in the preparation of teachers.
Provision is made for the integration of both undergraduate and
graduate professional programs of students preparing for secondary school
or college services. Graduate students may take majors or
minors leading to advanced degrees in such fields as administration,
supervision, curriculum construction, secondary education, educational
psychology, extension education, guidance and personnel administration,
home economics education, industrial and technical education,
science education, nature study, conservation education, history of
education, philosophy of education, agricultural education, rural education,
and social-studies education.
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|This article originally appeared as NSSE Yearbook Vol 50, No. 1.||