This 21-24 credit minor is offered by the Education Department under the Professional PEAK. It is a prerequisite for admission to the Fifth-Year and Master of Arts and Teaching programs that lead to state certification as an elementary or secondary teacher.
This minor may not be taken in conjunction with the Education Minor or the Interdisciplinary Studies for Elementary Education Precertification Major.
Minor Requirements (21 - 24 credits):
Student Learning Outcomes
- Dispositions to Teach
- Oral and Written Communications
- Analytical Skills
- Problem Solving
- Critical Thinking
- Candidates will be able to develop lessons appropriate to the grade level and subject/s they will teach.
- Candidates will be able to describe effective approaches to teaching reading in content areas.