Education majors enjoy teaching and working in educational settings. They may work in child care centers, assist in classrooms, or become teachers.
Education majors take coursework on the science and art of teaching. Students also learn how to teach diverse student populations while integrating technology and multicultural-based lessons. Education majors also observe and even teach in the classroom.
Sample Transfer Paths for Education
Education courses are primarily designed for elementary education (K-8) teachers. Students who are interested in teaching secondary education should follow the degree maps for the subject areas they plan on teaching.
|WRIT 101||College Writing I||3||Requires placement|
|M 121||College Algebra||3||Requires placement.|
|EDU 200||Introduction to Education||3|
|EDU 270||Instructional Technology||3|
|CAPP 131||Basic MS Office||3|
|PSCI 210||Intro to American Government||3|
|NASX 204 or 232||Native American Studies course||3|
|LIT 110||Intro to Literature||3|
|HTH 201||Health Issues for Education||3|
|Science Core||Physics or Geology||4|
|Social Science elective||PSYX 100 or SOCI 101||3|
|COMX 115||Intro to Interpersonal Communication||3|
|EDU 221||Educational Psychology||3|
|Science core||Biology or Chemistry||4|
|M 135||Math for K-8 Teachers I||4|
|PSYX 230||Developmental Psychology||3|
|HSTA 255||Montana History||3|
|M 136||Math for K-8 Teachers II||4|