Education Policy & Leadership Minor
Chair: Christopher Schmidt, Ph.D.
Office Location: 302 Saint Augustine Center
The Education and Counseling Department undergraduate offerings include a Major in Secondary Education, two different Minor in Education programs, a Minor in Counseling, and a combined BA/MA in Education. The Secondary Education degree has been approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) to recommend candidates for Level I Certification in order to teach in grades 7 through 12 in Pennsylvania's public schools. Faculty in the department are highly engaged in both theoretical and practical research related to education and counseling.
EDUCATION POLICY & LEADERSHIP MINOR (15 credits)
A minor in Educational Policy and Leadership is designed to help students develop an awareness of global issues in education in order to learn how educational institutions can transform and be transformed by society through school policy and leadership. A minor in Educational Policy and Leadership requires at least 15 credits. The minor in Educational Policy and Leadership does not lead to Pennsylvania teacher certification or qualify one to teach in Pennsylvania public schools.
- Electives other than those listed below may be taken with approval of Chairperson. Please contact Rita Siciliano for more information on electives and registering for graduate level courses.
- All 8000 level courses need approval of Chairperson.