Community Education Minor: 17-18 hours
The Community Education minor is appropriate for students in any career fields who get in contact and are interested in teaching and working with children, youth, and adults (lifelong learners) in the community and 21st Century formal, non-formal, and informal learning environments and/or non-profit organizations. These fields could include (but are not limited to) business, (elementary/secondary) education, nursing, psychology, science, social work, speech pathology, etc. Students in comprehensive area programs (art, music, and physical education) would also be able to add the minor.
Choose a minimum of 17-18 hours from the following:
|EDUC 290 (3hrs)||Computing and Instructional Technology|
|EDUC 301 (3hrs)||Educational Psychology|
|CEP 411 (3hrs)||Formal & Non-Formal Education Models|
|CEP 421 (3hrs)||Promoting Creativity & the Arts|
|CEP 422 (2hrs)||Outdoor Learning Spaces|
|CEP 433 (3hrs)||Program Design & Implementation|
|CEP 442 (3hrs)||Community Empowerment & Engagement|
|CEP 443 (3hrs)||Fundraising & Grant Writing|
|CEP 463 (3hrs)||Leadership in Community Education|
|CEP 493 (4hrs)||Internship/International Community Experience|
|SPED 241 (3hrs)||Exceptionalities and Diversities|
* Note: The Community Education Major and Minor do not lead to teaching certification.