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Minor in Education

Teaching skills are not limited only to those pursuing a degree in the field of education. For example, whether you are majoring in English, history or biology and hope to have a career teaching in that specialized field, or whether you are earning your B.S. in Equestrian Science and would like to educate and train other equestrian leaders in the future, a minor in education can be a step in the right direction.

This minor is an opportunity for non-education majors to develop teaching skills, and leadership skills, that will act as a viable asset in any future career they may hold.

While completing this minor does not lead to a certification in teaching, it will lay a strong foundation for those students planning to enter into a licensure program, pursue certain graduate degrees in education or obtain a non-certification based career in the education field.

Requirements/Curriculum

The Minor in Education at William Woods University includes 15 required course credits and 3 required elective credits.

Courses you may take

EDU231

Exceptional Child

3

EDU250

Foundations

3

EDU392

Reading in the Content Area

3

EDU393

Teaching Elementary Reading

3

PSY209

Child Development and Behavior

3

PSY221

Educational Psychology

3

PSY316

Psychology of the Adolescent and the Middle-Level Child

3

Curriculum

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