The socio-cultural perspectives on education minor gives students the opportunity to study sociological and cultural variables that influence educational structures and processes. For example, students who have a particular interest in urban areas can examine the educational process often associated with urban settings and environments with a strong degree of cultural diversity. Courses explore social and theoretical perspectives along with curricular and instructional perspectives. To complete the minor, students participate in a required field experience that meets their personal interests.
Job options for graduates of the socio-cultural perspectives on education concentration:
Middle school teacher
Special education teacher
The socio-cultural perspectives on education minor is offered through the Education department.