The Gevirtz Graduate School of Education offers two undergraduate minors: The Education and Applied Psychology Minor and The Minor in Science and Mathematics Education.
1. The Education and Applied Psychology Minor is comprised of three tracks. Students must follow one of the three tracks currently available: Applied Psychology, Educational Studies, and Teacher Preparation. Students will only be granted the minor in one track. Each track has a different set of required core and elective courses that are listed on the track’s webpage.
Applied Psychology Track
For undergraduates preparing for a career in Counseling, Clinical or School Psychology.
Educational Studies Track
For undergraduates who are interested in learning more about the role of education in society while studying with research faculty in the Gevirtz School.
Teacher Preparation Track
For undergraduates preparing for a career in elementary or secondary education. Prospective teachers are encouraged to take courses in the Minor that fulfill requirements for the UCSB Teaching Credential Program.
2. The Minor in Science and Mathematics Education is for science, mathematics, and engineering undergraduates interested in learning and teaching others about mathematics and science. Please see this web page for course requirements.
It is the student’s responsibility to contact the GGSE Student Affairs Office within the first 2 weeks in the quarter in which the degree is anticipated to certify fulfillment of degree requirements for the Office of the Registrar.