Yuuko Uchikoshi Tonkovich, Ph.D., Program Chair; term ends June 30, 2023
The UC Davis School of Education is committed to developing informed citizens and advocates for equitable educational environments in a democratic society. Education courses are designed for undergraduate student from all majors.
A Minor in Education helps students:
- Develop an understanding of the issues and concerns of public and private education, especially with regard to the education of students with diverse learning needs.
- Complete prerequisites for the teaching credential program.
- Work towards a master's degree or doctoral degree in education or related field.
- Seek employment in policy, advocacy, or other education-related careers.
Students must complete 20 units in the Minor program in Education. At least 12 units of the 20-unit minimum for the minor must be in Education. The remaining units for the minor may be in education or a related field as approved on the electives list. See About the Education Minor.
A designated faculty member in the School of Education may advise students and give final approval on the minor. For additional information, contact Student Services.
|Upper Division Required Courses|
|EDU 100||Introduction to Schools 1||4|
|EDU 110||Educational Psychology: General||4|
|EDU 120||Philosophical & Social Foundations of Education||4|
|Upper Division Required Courses Subtotal||12|
|Not all courses in the list are 4 units.|
|Remaining 8 units may be:||8|
|Quantitative Methods in Educational Research|
|Educating Children with Disabilities|
|Use & Misuse of Standardized Tests|
|Introduction to Education Policy Analysis: Tools, Methods & Frameworks|
|Children, Learning & Material Culture|
|Issues in Higher Education|
|Introduction to Environmental Education|
|Anglos, Latinos, & Spanish Black Legend: Anti-Hispanic Prejudice Origins & Educational Implications|
|Cultural Diversity & Education in a Sociopolitical Context|
|History & Approaches to Multilingualism in K-12 Contexts|
|Academic Spanish for Bilingual Teachers|
|Languaging in Chicanx & Latinx Communities & Schools|
|Ethnic Studies in K-12 Schools|
|Guidance & Counseling|
|Teaching in Science & Mathematics 1|
|Teaching High School Mathematics & Science 1|
|Learning in a Digital Age: Information, Schooling, & Society|
|Directed Group Study 2|
|Special Study for Advanced Undergraduates 2|
|Elective Courses Subtotal||8|
|Approved Courses Outside of Education|
|Education in the African-American Community|
|Concepts in Agricultural & Environmental Education 1|
|The Lives of Children in America|
|Science Teaching Internship Program 2|
|Science Teaching Internship 2|
|Chicana/o Feminist Theoretical Understandings of K-20 Educational Disparities|
|Grassroots Community Activism & Mobilization Efforts Challenging Educational Inequity|
|Policy & Law Challenging Segregation & Educational Inequity|
|Political Economy of Chicana/o Communities|
|Internship in the Chicana/Chicano/Latina/Latino Community 2|
|Economics of Education|
|Conceptual Integrated Science for Non-Science Majors: The Physical World|
|Conceptual Integrated Science for Non-Science Majors: Earth System Science|
|Infancy & Early Childhood|
or HDE 100AV
|Infancy & Early Childhood|
|Middle Childhood & Adolescence|
|Second Language Learning & Teaching|
|Tutoring Mathematics in the Community 2|
|Human Learning & Memory|
|Language & Cognition|
|Science & Contemporary Societal Issues|
|Education & Inequality in the U.S.|
|Applied Spanish Linguistics|
|Teaching Spanish as a Native Tongue in the U.S.: Praxis & Theory|
|Writing in the Professions: Elementary & Secondary Education|
|Community Tutoring in Writing 2|
|Approved Courses Outside of Education Subtotal||0|
Internship (192, 195A or B, 195TC, 197TC), Group Study (198) and Independent Study (199), or a combination of both, may not exceed a total of 4 units. Elective courses may include only one internship.