The Education Minor is designed for students who are considering a career as an elementary or middle/secondary classroom teacher, or for those students that have a general interest in education. A fast track to teaching option is also available; contact Ravin Subreenduth at the beginning of your senior year.
Contact: Ravin Subreenduth, M.A., M.Ed.
Room: 533 O’Leary Library
Education Minor Courses (18 credits)
1May be taken with permission of the instructor for those who are intending to become elementary (grades 1-6) teachers.
2Appropriate for Elementary Ed.
Graduate courses which may be used in the minor
If you intend to teach, graduate level education courses may be taken to replace undergraduate courses in the minor. This may only occur during the final year of your undergraduate degree. Students should either seek admission to the M.Ed. Fast Track to Teaching program, or have permission of the graduate coordinator, Patricia Fontaine, as well as gaining the approval of their academic advisor.
Please Note: The M.Ed. Elementary Education program plans to suspend admissions after summer 2017. Please ensure that we receive your application by April 15, 2017 and are able to begin the program in summer (trimester) 2017 and complete it in 2 years.
There will be no change to the M.Ed. English, History, Sciences or Mathematics.
Contact: Patricia Fontaine, Ed.D.
Room: 510 O’Leary Library
1Required for Elementary Ed. Fast Track only
2Required for Elementary Ed. only
3Required for Middle/Secondary Ed. only