Coursework

Education Minor

Department of Learning and Teaching

Program of Study

The education minor is an 18-unit program of study that includes a lower division introductory course, an educational foundations course and elective courses from the Department of Learning and Teaching and the College of Arts and Sciences. The program has the flexibility to complement an individual’s interest, major and professional goals.

Curriculum

Required Course (3 units)

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE UNDERGRADUATE UNITS
EDUC 101 Introduction to Teaching & Learning
3

Education Foundation Course (3 units)

Choose one course:

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE UNDERGRADUATE UNITS
EDUC 381C Multicultural and Philosophical Foundations of Education
3
EDUC 382 Psychological Foundations of Education in a Diverse Society
3


Elective Courses (12 units)

Choose 12 units of coursework. At least 6 units must be upper division. Up to 6 units may be taken outside of the Department of Learning and Teaching upon approval by the program advisor.

COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE UNDERGRADUATE UNITS
COMM 482 Children and Media
3
EDUC 124 Sport and Higher Education
2
EDUC 201 Student Movements in Higher Education 3
EDUC 301 Changemakers in Education
3
ENGL 231 Children’s Literature
3
LEAD 162 Outdoor Leadership & Education
3
PHIL 341 Ethics and Education
3
PSYC 314 Developmental Psychology: Childhood and Adolescence
3
SOCI 348 Juvenile Delinquency and Urban Gangs
3
THEA 155 Theater in Education
3