Minor in Education
For a great introduction to teaching, a minor in Education may be just right for you! And, if you are considering pursuing a teacher-preparation program after your Bachelor's Degree, credits earned can be used for advanced standing in Marywood's post-bac certification programs. Regardless of the career path you are on, the undergraduate Education minor adds knowledge and skills that give an advantage in teaching and leadership roles in many fields - ranging from the health and human services, the arts, criminal justice, social services, business and industry, technology, the non-profit sector, religious organizations and psychology, among others.
Courses of Study for Minor in Education
- EDUC 004G Field Experience Seminar (0)
- PSYC 251 Developmental Psychology (3) (All Ages) or PSYC 252 Adolescent Psychology (3) or PSYC 214 Child Psychology (3)
- EDUC 00_ Field Experience (0) (20 hours first-hand observation experience in a classroom)
- SPED 100 Characteristics of Impaired Learners (3)
- EDUC 00_ Field Experience (0) (20 hours)
- EDUC 414 Social Foundations of Education (3)
- RED 426/526* Teaching Content Area Reading (3)
- EDUC 461/561* Materials, Methods, Assessment for English Language Learners (3)
- EDUC 554* Learning Theories (3)
*Students planning to continue on for the Master of Arts in Teaching Degree should schedule the 500-level courses in their senior year to receive advanced standing.