Minor in Education
DISCOVER HOW KNOWLEDGE IS SHARED
If you’re interested in furthering the growth and development of others fueled by your compassionate nature and strong communication skills, a minor in Education will make an ideal companion to your major. You’ll benefit from our highly respected instructors and challenging curriculum, as you gain a strong appreciation for how knowledge is shared across many disciplines.
A student interested in pursuing a minor in education must formally apply to the Department of Education for approval and complete 15 hours within the department with a grade of “C-” or better. A minor in education must include ED300 and four of the remaining five courses:Education No matter your major, the Writing Minor is an ideal opportunity to strengthen your ability to understand, critique, and craft arguments; develop strategies for writing in various contexts; and gain confidence as a communicator. The concentrated study of and practice in writing, language, and rhetoric will only enhance your qualifications in almost any profession.
ED 300: Introduction to Education
ED 303: Children’s Literature
ED 305: Introduction to the Exceptional Child
ED 308: Perspectives in Education
ED 310W: Educational Development & Psychology
ED 315: Arts Integration