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Minor in STEM Education

This minor can be coupled with a variety of STEM majors. It will provide an opportunity to explore STEM education and to develop core knowledge and practices in secondary STEM education. Successful STEM Education minor candidates may build upon the minor's coursework which leads to recommendation for PA teaching certification as a secondary teacher (grades 7-12) in one or more STEM content areas. Additional coursework for teacher certification includes student teaching and required Special Education and English Language Learner courses (an additional 2 courses + student teaching).

DragonsTeach Certification Minor

...3.0 or EDUC 315 Secondary Science Teaching Methods or ESTM 335 Teaching Secondary Computer...

Health Services Administration BS

...s renowned co-operative education program.* The Health...HSAD 332 [ WI ] , HSAD 335 [ WI ] and ORGB...

Dance - Part-Time Professional Option BS

...hours of the general education requirement, 55.0...Movement Therapy o DANC 335 : Dance Composition II...

MSN "Bridge" Program

...Role track is NURS 335 Genetics and Genomics...Management MSN in Nursing Education MSN in Quality...

Design & Merchandising BS

...Bachelor of Science degree educates students to conceptualize...electives: ENGL 303 , ENGL 335 , HIST 163 . *** Select...

Minor in Philosophy

...broaden and enhance your education and help you...Criminal Justice Ethics PHIL 335 Global Ethical Issues...

EDUC 335 Engaging the Learner 3.0 Credits

This course provides multiple approaches to the critical linked processes of assessment, curriculum development, and inclusive instruction of all young children. Topics of study include: planning and preparation, using appropriate materials, scope and sequence and strategies for student-centered assessments.

College/Department: School of Education
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

SOC 335 Sociology of Education 3.0 Credits

Provides a general introduction to the sociology of education through the study of social, political, and cultural forces operating on public education in the United States and Britain. Examines theories, methods, and case studies to explore issues of identity formation, inequality, and class reproduction in an attempt to understand the role of schooling in contemporary life.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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