EDUCATION STUDIES MAJOR

The Education Division offers a major in Education Studies.

This is not a major designed to provide licensure.  Students who would choose this major, who may plan to teach at some point, will have to complete their licensure at the graduate level.  They will also need to have completed at least 45 credits to be eligible to choose this major.  This is not a major that can be elected by first year students.

Education Studies is a 33 credit major, with the following requirements:

  • EDU100, Intro to Schooling & Education
  • EDU108, Writing for Educators
  • PSY214, Children’s Learning & Development
  • EDU319, Intro to Students with Special Needs

The other 21 credits (7 courses) are chosen with the student’s advisor from courses in the licensure area to which the student eventually aspires.  These courses would be at the 200-and-above levels.

EDUCATION STUDIES MINOR

The Education Studies minor is designed for students who might want to explore the field of professional education, without committing to a licensure program.

Education Studies is an 18 credit minor, with the following requirements:

  • EDU100, Intro to Schooling & Education
  • EDU108, Writing for Educators
  • PSY214, Children’s Learning & Development
  • EDU319, Intro to Students with Special Needs

The other 6 credits (2 courses) would be chosen with the student’s advisor from courses in the licensure area to which the student might eventually aspire.  These courses would be at the 200-and-above levels.