The education minor provides a study of the foundations of schooling, teaching, and learning and helps students develop basic teaching strategies to engage learners while delivering content in their area of expertise. This minor is intended for students interested in the areas of:
A minimum of 20 credits required, chosen from the courses below.
13 credits from the following, with no more than 6 credits of non-departmental courses:
or EDU 564 Introduction to Exceptionality 3 credits (see Graduate Academic Catalog for course description)
or EDU 655 Exploring Urban Schools: Character, Culture, and Contexts 3 credits (see Graduate Academic Catalog for course description)
(2 - 3 credits only)
No more than 6 credits from the following: