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sarah allen

 

"Between the amazing cooperating teachers I found, engaging class discussions and more, I have been beyond prepared for my graduate work at Syracuse University. I just wanted to thank everyone for providing me with fabulous mentors and awesome strategies! I already feel ahead of the game. Thanks to the education department for shaping my academic experience and inspiring me to become a passionate educator!"

-Sarah Allen '13, Sociology and Anthropology major, Elementary Education minor

Education Minor

Students who are interested in education but either do not wish to or do not have time to complete the certification program may minor in education.

Students completing the minor alone will have a strong foundation in education but will NOT be eligible for certification. They may, however, use this course work as a basis for future study. Students who have completed the Education minor have gone on to become guidance counselors, direct non-profit youth-oriented organizations, work in the juvenile justice system etc.

CHILDHOOD EDUCATION MINOR (Grades 1-6)

The total number of courses required for the minor is 7 (20-21 semester hours) and include Teaching in a Diverse Society, Primary Literacy and Diverse Learners, and Child Development.

ADOLESCENCE EDUCATION MINOR (Grades 7-12)

The total number of courses required for the minor is 7 (20-21 semester hours) and include Teaching in a Diverse Society, Reading and Writing in the Content Areas, and Adolescent Development.

 

 

 
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