Educational Studies (Non-Licensure Minor)
This minor is specifically designed for students who have an interest in education
but are NOT seeking licensure for public school teaching. This minor may suit students
who are interested in pursuing an advanced degree or who are interested in working
in positions where an in-depth understanding of educational topics may provide support
for their chosen profession.
This minor is NOT designed to prepare students for teaching, but fits well as one
of the three minors students may choose as part of the Liberal Studies Major. This
minor is NOT designed to provide an alternative route to licensure as a public school
teacher. This minor does NOT substitute for the Teacher Education Program minor.
This minor should be declared upon the completion of the sophomore year.
Students who might begin in the Teacher Education Program as candidates MUST declare
their intentions to pursue this non-licensure program upon the completion of EDU 302,
and prior choosing additional enrollment in any EDU classes above EDU 302.
Students pursuing the Educational Studies minor who wish to be allowed to request
a change of minor to become a candidate in the Teacher Education Program must submit
an application for review by the Teacher Education faculty and meet all the requirements
of the program before a change in minor will be considered for review.
This minor does not satisfy the experiential component required by majors thus this
requirement must be met within the student’s chosen major.
Those interested in pursuing a Major in Physical Education may not use the Educational
Studies minor. Licensure is required for a Major in Physical Education.
| EDU 202 Issues in Education through Technology
| EDU 302 Foundations of Education
| SPD 220 Special Education
| PSY 211 Human Growth and Development
| PSY 291 Practicum and Child Development Lab
| EDU 310 Developmental & Diagnostic Reading and EDU 311 Language Arts
| EDU 312 Content Reading Literacy and EDU 330 Middle School
Total Hours Required 19