The Education minor meets the needs of students who wish to consider education as a career as well as those who wish to work in a teaching role outside of K–12 school settings.
Numerous institutions need teacher expertise to develop and deliver professional development; educate patients/clients, support immigrant agencies; design curricular materials for the government, environmental, or charitable agencies; and/or work overseas in an educational capacity.
There are numerous alternative settings that use educational skills including health care, museums, environmental programs, social agencies, children or teens in group homes, non-profit associations, and human resource departments. Specialized academic areas such as mathematics combined with computing skills may lead to a career in designing software utilizing educational principles.
Eighteen credits are required for the Education minor. Two 3-credit courses listed below are required. The additional four 3-credit courses may be taken from any of the remaining Education or Special Education courses (with the exception of intern student teaching).
|EDU 202 - Curriculum Theory and Design||3|
|SPE 220 - Exceptionality in the Classroom||3|