The History and Philosophy of Education Department was one of the seven departments created on September 1, 1963 when the College of Education's divisions became departments. Each of the departments has an executive committee and chairman. The educational, research, and public service programs of the College of Education had been administered under nine divisions, which had informal status, and five other administrative units. The Department of History and Philosophy of Education offered courses for advanced undergraduate and graduate students.1 The Department of Educational Policies Studies was first listed in 1974.
1. Board of Trustees Transactions, 52nd Report, October 17, 1962, p. 181.
Description: Announcements of opportunities for graduate study and research in the history and philosophy of education, teaching and research assistantships, fellowships, fees and waivers and fellowships in comparative education.