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an explanation of the process for declaring an EPP major

Students at graduationThe B.S. in Education and Public Policy allows students with a 2.0 grade-point average or better to enter the major. This requirement recognizes that students may come to realize their initial academic direction no longer suits their interests and goals. Once admitted to Education and Public Policy, students must maintain a minimum 3.0 grade-point average in courses required for the major.

If you are interested in changing majors or considering EPP as your first major, consult your assigned adviser.  The EPP faculty will be happy to talk with you as well.

Contact for general questions about EPP.

To speak with a faculty member, contact:
Dr. Mimi Schaub
Associate Professor, Education Theory and Policy
Education Policy Studies
302C Rackley Building
(814) 863-0854