Secondary Education - Minor

The Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture (TLAC) offers a minor in Secondary Education to students with non-education majors. The minor requires 18 semester credit hours of education coursework, and 6 hours of clinical teaching, for students seeking teaching certification for middle and high school subject areas. Students must declare a major in a subject area for which teacher certification options are available in order to be eligible for this minor. For complete information, see the College of Education and Human Development Secondary Education (SEED) minor program coordinator. Details and contact information are available at

To meet Teacher Certification requirements, student must also successfully complete clinical teaching (MEFB 497-6 hours). A 2.5 GPA is required in minor courses to pursue teacher certification and a 2.75 cumulative GPA to be admitted to Teacher Education.