Students studying in other disciplines often find a minor in Education to be of value. To serve these students, the College of Education offers a minor in Education. The 18-hour minor provides basic grounding in education practices while encouraging students to explore more focused areas in the professional coursework. This minor does not lead to licensure or endorsement. A minor must be added to a major.
|Select 9 hours from the following:||9|
|Introduction to American Education 1|
|Intro to American Education for Public & Lutheran Teachers|
|Human and Cognitive Development|
|Teaching in Diverse Classrooms|
|Characteristics and Instruction of Exceptional Learners|
|Courses from the offerings of the Undergraduate Programs in the College of Education||9|
LTE candidates should take EDUC-1060 Intro to American Education for Public & Lutheran Teachers.
Minors can be added to a major and all courses must be completed. A student cannot be awarded a degree with just a minor. Courses within the minor can double count in the major as long as 1/3 of the courses are unique to the major or any other minor.