Education - Requirements for the Minor

Education Program | Education Major Requirements | Course Descriptions

Supporting Courses, 17 credits

  • EDUC 206     Cultural Images in Materials for Children and Adolescents, 3 credits
  • EDUC 280     Instructional Technologies: Evaluation, Production and Application, 3 credits
  • EDUC 290     Introduction to Educational Inquiry, 5 credits
  • EDUC 295     Special Topics: Phuture Phoenix Field Experience, 3 credits
  • MATH 101    Intermediate Algebra, 3 credits
                        (This requirement can be waived with a Wisconsin Mathematics Placement Test score of MATH 104 or
                           greater.)

Upper-Level Courses, 15 credits

  • EDUC 340     Supporting Learning and Behavior in the Classroom, 3 credits
  • EDUC 361     Introduction to the Art and Science of Teaching, 3 credits
  • EDUC 422     Reading in the Content Areas, 3 credits
  • EDUC 452     Principles of Middle Level Education, 3 credits

Art and Music majors with an Education minor will choose one of these courses as appropriate in place of EDUC 452.

  • EDUC 303     Teaching Art in the Elementary and Middle Schools, 3 credits
  • EDUC 334     Teaching General Music in the Elementary and Middle Schools, 3 credits

Choose one of these courses as appropriate:

  • EDUC 310     Teaching Communication Arts in the Middle and Secondary Schools, 3 credits
  • EDUC 311     Teaching Foreign Languages, 3 credits
                           (Course may be part of major requirement in French, German, and Spanish)
  • EDUC 312     Teaching Social Studies in the Middle and Secondary Schools, 3 credits
  • EDUC 313     Teaching Mathematics in the Middle and Secondary Schools, 3 credits
  • EDUC 314     Teaching Science in the Middle and Secondary Schools, 3 credits
  • EDUC 315     Teaching English as a Second Language, 3 credits
  • EDUC 316     Teaching Art in the Middle and Secondary Schools, 3 credits
  • EDUC 317     Teaching Music in the Middle and Secondary Schools, 3 credits

Students planning to pursue a teaching license should contact the Education Program Office, (920) 465-2137 for the licensure requirements.

Education Program
Education Major Requirements
Course Descriptions