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The minor is for undergraduates with majors in other fields of study who want to study educational issues but are not pursuing teacher licensure. From a critical and interdisciplinary lens, students enrolled in the minor will study educational thought, policy and practice in relationship to broader social, cultural and political forces, in both school and non-school settings. The minor will help students develop the knowledge and skills necessary to understand and critically analyze the purposes of education and its impact on individuals and the broader society.
The requirements for the Undergraduate Minor in Educational Studies include completion of six courses among the following:
|SCU 207||SOCIAL AND HISTORICAL ISSUES IN EDUCATION||4|
|LSE 358||EDUCATION AND SOCIAL JUSTICE||4|
|LSE 353||THE POLITICS OF EDUCATION||4|
|LSE 380||PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES IN PEDAGOGY, CULTURE AND GLOBALIZATION||4|
|SCU 337||HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT||4|
|LSE 355||INTERNATIONAL STUDIES IN EDUCATION||4|
Note: College of Education students may apply up to three courses from their major toward the completion of this minor.