School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences

The School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences educates the teachers, linguists, cultural theorists and social scientists of the future. The school also conducts research and collaborations.

About LHS

The School of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences has two departments with around 90 employees.

Management, administrators, teaching staff and researchers are based in Q Building. Most teaching also takes place in the Q Building, however some lectures may be held on other campus sites, in addition to web-based distance teaching.

The Dean is Susanna Öhman.

Education

Programmes at undergratuate level (given in Swedish):

  • PreSchool Teacher Education, 210 credits
  • Primary Teacher Education  preschool class and school years 13, 240 credits
  • Primary Teacher Education  – school years 4–6, 240 credits
  • Bridging Teacher Education Programme  Secondary School, 90 credits Bridging Teacher
  • Education Programme  Upper Seconday School, 90 credits
  • Political Science – Social Analysis and Communication, 180 credits
  • Subject Teacher Education for Upper Secondary School, 300 credits
  • Culture and Societal Development, 180 credits
  • The Language Studies Programme  Processing and Editing Texts, 180 credits

Programme at master level (given in Swedish):

  • Master's programme in Action Learning, 60 credits

Research

Research at the School is organised through the Centre for Research on Education and Learning, Culture and Society (CLKS), a multidisciplinary research environment that conducts research within educational sciences, culture, language and social studies.

Centre for Research on Education and Learning (CLKS)

Collaboration and innovative environments

The School works to develop regional, national and international collaborations within learning, the humanities and society.

Collaborations with preschools, schools and education is organised by the Regional Development Centre (RUC). Teacher training internships and other course-related internships provide an additional vital arena.

The School is home to the Digital Laboratory Centre (DLC), a creative, high-tech laboratory environment with a focus on teaching, culture, communication and creativity.

Digital Laboratory Centre (DLC)

Rutigt golv, människor som går och möter varandra

Organisation

Management and administration


Dean

Susanna Öhman

Head of Department of Humanities and Social Sciences

Helen Fuchs

Head of Department of Education

Mattias Nilsson

Head of Education

Jonnie Eriksson

Head of Research

Marie-Heléne Zimmerman Nilsson

Research Coordinator

Frida Stranne

Coordinator

Jenny Engström

Collaboration Coordinator

Charlotte Berglund

Coordinator RUC

Carina Haraldsson

Coordinator VFU, teacher education

Gun Wedding

Coordinator at DLC

Per Österberg

Pedagogical Developer, DLC

Kristina Wollentz

Controller

Sara Werner

Economy

Susanne Ekstrand

Administrative researcher, international coordinator

Olov Andreasson

Communications Officer

Kristina Rörström

HR specialist

Anna Friis


Department of Education

The Department of Education runs teacher education, in Swedish, for preschool, primary and lower secondary school, upper secondary school and bridging programmes in pedagogy and a Master’s programme in action learning.

Some courses are also available, in Swedish.

The department has approximately 50 employees. Mattias Nilsson, Senior Lecturer in Pedagogy is the head of department.

Researchers at the department are part of the centre for Research on Education and Learning (CLKS).

Research on Education and Learning (CLKS)

Department of Humanities and Social Sciences

The Department for Humanities and Social Sciences offers education programmes in the Swedish language, English, Political Science and Cultural Studies.

Courses are available in English, History, Art History, Literary Studies, Religious Studies, Swedish and Political Science.

The department has approximately 40 employees. Helen Fuchs, Senior Lecturer in Art History is head of department.

Researchers at the department are part of the centre for Research on Education and Learning (CLKS).

Research on Education and Learning (CLKS)

updated

2019-02-25

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