About this Program
- College: Education offered jointly with Liberal Arts and Sciences
- Credits: 18 | Completed with minimum grades of C
- Contact: Email | 1002 Norman Hall | 352.273.4376
- More Info
With more than three-dozen faculty and students from all over the world, the School of Teaching & Learning offers on-campus and online programs in a diverse range of subjects in education.
P.O. Box 117048
2821 NORMAN HALL
GAINESVILLE FL 32611-7048
The minor requires completion of coursework in the professional preparation areas of human development and learning, assessment, classroom management, instructional strategies, reading competency and curriculum and special methods. Students will have extensive opportunities to integrate their teacher education coursework with actual classroom experience.
The minor is open to undergraduates with a major other than mathematics, science or education. Students with majors in mathematics or science should refer to the UFTeach minor.
Admission to this minor requires a UF GPA of 2.5 or better. Students must apply for acceptance to the minor within the college of their major and the College of Education after 45 but before 100 credits are earned.
Those pursuing the minor are encouraged to complete the Florida Teacher Certification Examination (FTCE) General Knowledge Test (recommended in sophomore/junior year), the FTCE Subject Area Exam (recommended early in senior year) and the FTCE Professional Education Test (recommended mid-senior year).
FTCE tests are not required for award of the minor, but they are required for certification.
All taken at UF
|EEX 3616||Core Classroom Management Strategies (online)||3|
|or ESE 4340C||Effective Teaching and Classroom Management in Secondary Education|
|Human Development and Learning|
|EDF 3132||The Young Adolescent||3|
|EEX 4294||Differentiated Instruction (online)||3|
|Curriculum and Special Methods|
|EME 4406||Integrating Technology into the Secondary Curriculum||3|
|TSL 3323||ESOL and Reading for Teachers||3|
|EDF 4430||Measurement and Evaluation in Education||3|