Educational Technology Minor

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Students working on a bachelor's degree in education should seriously consider this minor. Schools are increasingly becoming technology infused, and this coursework prepares teachers to be users of and leaders for technology in the classroom. Students explore current and emerging technologies and can select from a variety of electives to match their interests. A total of 17-18 credit hours are required for this minor, but most education majors are already required to take 240:031 or 240:020.

Required Courses (8 or 9 hours required)
240:031 3 credits Educational Technology & Design
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2 credits

Secondary Educational Technology & Design
240:030 3 credits Classroom Computer Applications
240:131g 3 credits Technology in Education
240:020 or 240:031 is a prerequisite course. One of these is to be completed before other courses are taken. However, 240:020 or 240:031 can be taken concurrently with the courses listed below.
Electives (9 hours required)
240:138g 3 credits Visual Literacy
240:139g 3 credits Media Planning & Production
240:140g 3 credits Databases in Education
240:147g 3 credits Digital Imaging
240:150g 3 credits Digital Instructional Television Production
240:153g 3 credits Emerging Instructional Technologies
240:160 1–4 credits Media Projects
240:170g 3 credits Principles of Publication Design
Total 17—18 Credits Required
There are other technology related courses offered in the College of Education, as well as other Colleges on campus. Students may elect to include these courses with approval of the program's minor advisor.