Minor in Education
To receive a Minor in Education students will complete a minimum of 15 credit hours. Students must receive a grade of C- or better and a 2.0 overall minimum GPA in Education courses for the minor.
Some of these courses will require permission numbers. Please see the Enrollment Information and Course Description in MyZou for more information.
A minor must be completed and awarded at the same time as the MU undergraduate degree (i.e., minors cannot be claimed after graduation).
**Courses MUST be completed from the 5 Departments: School of Information Science & Learning Technologies, Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis, Educational, School & Counseling Psychology, Learning, Teaching and Curriculum, and/or Special Education.**
***Other education courses can be counted with the approval of advisors and the course instructor.***
|At least one course from the following (3 or 6 credits):|
|ESC_PS 2000||Experiencing Cultural Diversity in the United States *||3|
|LTC 2040||Inquiring into Schools, Community and Society I (encouraged to take with LTC 2044) *||3|
|Additional courses from the following (9 or 12 credits):|
|LTC 1100||Orientation *||1|
|SPC_ED 1100||Orientation: Special Education *||1|
|ESC_PS 2010||Inquiry Into Learning I (encouraged to take with ESC_PS 2014) *||3|
|ESC_PS 2014||Inquiry into Learning I - Field Experience (encouraged to take with ESC_PS 2010)||1|
|LTC 2200||School Health and Student Wellbeing *||3|
|LTC 2044||Inquiry into Schools, Community and Society: Field (encouraged to take with LTC 2040)||1|
|IS_LT 2467||Inquiry into Empowering Learners with Technology *||3|
|SPC_ED 3100||Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism **||3|
|SPC_ED 4020||Teaching the Exceptional Learner *||3|
|ED_LPA 4060||Inquiring into Schools, Community and Society II *||3|
|LTC 4085||Problems in Curriculum and Instruction||1-3|
|IS_LT 4099||Making and Education (3D printing)||3|
|ED_LPA 4115||Introduction to Learning Spaces||3|
|ESC_PS 4115||Human Learning||3|
|SPC_ED 4300||Introduction to Special Education *||3|
|SPC_ED 4310||Behavioral and Classroom Management *||3|
|IS_LT 4310||Seminar in Information Science and Learning Technologies||3|
|IS_LT 4361||Introduction to Digital Media||3|
|IS_LT 4374||Exploring Canvas||1|
|IS_LT 4384||Designing Games for Learning||3|
|LTC 4460||Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages||3|
Courses are part of an accredited teacher certification program and so have the potential to be usable by students in the future if they wish to pursue teacher certification.
Courses can provide students with coursework necessary to be a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT).