This minor is designed to introduce all majors from across the University to the benefits and challenges of working with children and adolescents in school and community settings.
American Sign Language (new for Fall 2019!)
This minor focuses on understanding the language and culture of the Deaf Community.
The Educational Psychology minor provides a foundation of knowledge and skills of the social, emotional and cognitive processes involved in learning. Educational Psychologists apply their findings to improve the learning process.
The Minor in Leadership Studies & Practice offers students an opportunity to develop a critical awareness of leadership theories and issues as well as develop essential leadership competencies and skills needed in any career field.
Recreation and Sport in Communities, Parks and Schools (new for Spring 2019!)
Students in this minor will learn important theory and socio-cultural context, as well as gain applied skills in programming and administration. This will prepare students to provide quality, inclusive, accessible, recreation experiences and services in a wide-variety of public and nonprofit settings.
This minor is designed to introduce general knowledge in working with people of different abilities and backgrounds.
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