Education Studies Minor
Students in the education studies minor study education as a multidimensional and interdisciplinary area of study. Across courses in the minor program, students have an opportunity to understand the social, political, historical and cultural contexts that have shaped schooling practices and educational experiences. Students explore the competing tensions and inherent challenges within educational environments and develop a clear analysis of the role of equity, diversity and access.
Requirements for the Education Studies Minor
The education studies minor* consists of five courses across three dimensions:
Students will take at least two of the following education core courses: EDUC 214, EDUC 215 or EDUC 216.**
Students will choose three additional courses from the Education Research and Theory course list. Students may, in consultation with their advisor, select courses that reflect an area concentration.
Within the five-course minor program, students must take at least one 300-level education course.
Upon consultation with their advisor, students may substitute one of the required courses with a course in the Teaching-Focused Courses or Education Electives list. No more than one 100-level course may be included in the minor.
*For students declaring the minor starting in April 2019. Students who have declared the education studies minor prior to April 2019 may keep their approved education studies minor plan.
**Students who have taken EDUC 212 may count the course as one of the core requirements.