Graduate Minor in Mind, Brain & Learning

About the Graduate Minor

The graduate minor in Mind, Brain, and Learning provides educators and professional development trainers with an the opportunity to study Mind, Brain, and Education science within real-world contexts. This interdisciplinary four-course minor includes:

  • Mind, Brain, and Learning
  • Neuropedagogy and assessment
  • Neurodiversity in education and workforce
  • Neuroscience, creativity, and innovation

Graduate students in this minor will be able to apply knowledge, skills, and experience to course design and instruction across educational formats, including online, blended/hybrid, and onsite, to optimize learning within educational and workforce environments.

Admission Requirements

Students wishing to pursue the Mind, Brain, and Learning (MBL) graduate minor must:

  • Be a Drexel University graduate student in good standing
  • Successfully complete the Graduate College's Change of Curriculum and Status Form

Program Requirements

Program Requirements
CRTV 615Neuroscience, Creativity and Innovation3.0
EDHE 620Mind, Brain and Learning3.0
EDHE 621Neuropedagogy and Assessment3.0
EDHE 622Neurodiversity in Education and Workforce3.0
Total Credits12.0

Additional Information

For more information, visit the School of Education's Mind, Brain, and Learning webpage.

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