Teacher Education Minor - Secondary Education
To help undergraduates explore the field of education, the School of Education offers a flexible 15-credit Secondary Teacher Education minor. These courses will allow students who plan to enter a graduate program in Secondary Teacher Education to make progress on the prerequisite education courses required for those programs and to earn an additional credential on their official transcripts. Completion of the minor does not automatically guarantee admission into School of Education graduate program, nor does it fulfill all necessary prerequisites. Exercise courses from the School of Education are not eligible. Undergraduate students from the School of Education may not double count courses toward a minor and a major.
Interested students can apply by completing and submitting the online form for admission. Students can apply anytime during their undergraduate tenure.
Application Deadline: Rolling
Course Requirements: 15 undergraduate credits from the School of Education – a minimum of 6 credits must be from the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Leading.
- TLL 1580 – Foundations of Special Education
- TLL1257 – Teaching English Language Learners (not recommended for future MAT students)
- TLL1701 – Early Field Experience – Secondary Education (requires in-school observations and clearances)
- TLL 1704 - Current Issues in Secondary Education
- TLL1000 – Introduction to Teaching
- TLL 1505 – Autism Characteristics & Interventions
- TLL 1072 – Digital Literacies & Learning Across Educational Contexts
- TLL 1067 – Freedom Seminars (1 credit)
- HHD 1001 – Intro to Educational Psychology
- EFOP 1001 – Social Foundations of Education