Minor in Education
The minor in education provides a structured academic opportunity for students who wish to add a fundamental understanding of the field of education as well as practical knowledge in the art and science of teaching and learning to their undergraduate experience.
Designed for students with a strong interest in education and training, the minor will not necessarily lead to the student being recommended for a state teaching certificate. However, should a student decide to also pursue a teaching certificate as a component of his or her major—or in post-baccalaureate work— the courses required for the minor are applicable to Pennsylvania State certification.
|EDEX 142||Special Education Foundations: Referral and Assessment||3.0|
|EDEX 246||Literacy and Content Skill Development PreK-8||3.0|
|EDUC 101||Foundations in Education I: A Historical and Philosophical Perspective||3.0|
|EDUC 120||Child Development I: Typical Development||3.0|
|or EDUC 123||Adolescent Development|
|EDUC 216||Diversity and Today's Teacher||3.0|
|EDUC 322||Evaluation of Instruction||3.0|
|EDUC 324||Current Research in Curriculum & Instruction||3.0|
|EDUC 325||Multimedia in Instructional Design||3.0|