The minor in education, learning, and society, jointly sponsored by the College of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences, provides a strong background in how human beings learn, and how society, environment, and culture shape learning.
31 credits, to include:
Undergraduate students from outside the College of Education may take courses offered to help them explore the field of education and prepare for graduate study. Fieldwork courses in local schools or social service agencies give students opportunities to make informed career and academic choices. Students may also complete prerequisites for graduate programs. Further, requirements to meet endorsement (subject) guidelines for secondary teaching may be completed by undergraduates.