A student in the VCU School of Education smiles during class in Oliver Hall. [View Image] [View Image]The Minor in Education will appeal to students across disciplines since it includes courses that engage all students in critical conversations about one of the important building blocks of our society: education.
“Education is such a key foundation of society, and our new minor provides our future educators an excellent way to see if this growing profession is a good fit for them,” said Dean Andrew Daire, Ph.D.
“Students in high demand career areas such as STEM and foreign languages may find teaching to be a meaningful outlet for their unique skills and passions. Our new Minor in Education will be a perfect fit for them,” Robnolt said.
The Minor in Education will also appeal to undeclared students and students across disciplines since it includes courses that engage all students in critical conversations about one of the important building blocks of our society: education.
Courses for the new Minor in Education will cover topics such as the relationship between an increasingly diverse society and education, the nature of learning and learning theories, classroom management, how to plan and create positive learning environments, and how to apply reading skills into areas of instruction.
Unlike SOE’s other undergraduate programs, the Minor in Education will not lead to licensure.
Additional information about the program, including admission requirements and course offerings, are available in the VCU Bulletin here. For more information, contact our Student Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org.