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Education Social Science Education

Associate in Arts (AA)

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​Kids deserve to learn about the world—its history, cultures, behaviors, and politics—so that they can shape the future. They need facts. And they need the skills to analyze and organize those facts so they can form opinions and take action. Can you see yourself empowering kids to become more engaged citizens? If so, consider our Social Science Education pathway. You’ll learn how to teach general social studies to students of various ages. Get started by earning your associate degree with City Colleges of Chicago, transfer to a four-year university as a junior to earn your bachelor’s degree and teacher certification. You could make a career as a social science teacher.
 

Details: Associate in Arts (AA)

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Program/Plan Number

0211

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Prerequisites

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Program General Requirements

37 CH

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Program Core Requirements

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Additional Requirements

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Program Elective Requirements

23 CH
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Focus Electives

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