Declared Minor in Education
(Minimum Credits: 18)
The minor in Education is designed to provide students who are not seeking teacher certification the opportunity to explore the field of education through the study of educational theory and practice. The Education minor is comprised of foundational courses that introduce students to fundamental issues and variables relevant to a wide variety of educational environments. The minor provides students with opportunities to pursue their professional aspirations, explore areas of personal interest, prepare for graduate study in education-related fields, and prepare for the roles of informed parents and citizens. The Education minor does not lead to teacher certification. The minor consists of 18 credits, including three required courses (9 credits) and three elective courses (9 credits). Minimum grade of C in each course is required. No more than 6 transfer credits will be accepted for the minor.