Are you interested in education, but have already enrolled in another degree program? Would you like to learn how to teach others in your field of study? Do you have an interest in enriching the lives of others?

The College of Education invites you to enroll in non-major education courses. Regardless of your course of study, we welcome you to join the education community!

General Education

The College of Education offers a number of courses to non-education majors that satisfy General Education requirements, in subject areas S (Social and Behavioral Sciences), D (Diversity) and H (Humanities). Courses include:

  • EDF2085: Teaching Diverse Populations (S,D)
  • EDF3110: Human Growth and Development (S)
  • EDF3210: Educational Psychology (S)
  • EDF3514: History of Education in the US (H)
  • EDF3604: Social Foundations of Education (S)
  • EEX2000: Impact of Disabilities (S,D)

Education Minors

Not only can you take College of Education courses for your General Education requirements, you can also apply those same courses to a minor. Enrich your undergraduate experience by adding an education minor to your resume. Minors include:

Disabilities in Society (DIS)

EEX2000: Impact of Disabilities

EEX3012: Intro to Special Education

EEX3097: Social Perspectives on Disability

EEX4280: Disability and Community Involvement and Employment

EEX4520: Disability: Legal Aspects and Policy

Educational Studies (ESM)

EDF3135: The Adolescent

EDF3210: Educational Psychology

EDF3310: Human Growth and Development

EDF3514: History of Education in the US

EDF3604: Social Foundations of Education

EDF3609: Social and Historical Foundations of Education

EDG4203: Elementary and Secondary School Curriculum

EEX3012: Intro to Special Education

EEX3097: Social Perspectives on Disability

EME4406: Integrating Technology into the Secondary Curriculum

SDS3340: Career and Life Span Planning

SDS3481: Alcohol and Drug Use and Abuse

SDS3482: Stress and Anxiety Management

SDS4410: Interpersonal Communication Skills

    • TSL4324: ESOL Strategies for Content Area Teachers

Florida Teaching (FTM)

EDF3132: The Young Adolescent

EEX3616: Core Classroom Management Strategies

EEX4294: Differentiated Instruction

EME4406: Integrating Technology into the Secondary Curriculum

ESE4340C: Effective Teaching and Classroom Management in Secondary Education

RED3312: Content Area Literacy

SDS3340: Career and Life Span Planning

UF Teach Mathematics (UTM)

RED3312: Content Area Literacy

UF Teach Science (UTS)

RED3312: Content Area Literacy

Online Availability

One of the many benefits the College of Education offers to undergraduate students is the availability of online courses. Take education courses from wherever you can!

  • EEX3012: Introduction to Special Education
  • EEX3616: Core Classroom Management Strategies
  • EEX4294: Differentiated Instruction
  • SDS3340: Career and Life Span Planning
  • SDS3482: Stress and Anxiety Management
  • SDS4410: Interpersonal Communication Skills
  • TSL4324: ESOL Strategies for Content Area Teachers