The Gevirtz Graduate School of Education offers two minors: 1) a Minor in Education and Applied Psychology and 2) a Minor in Science and Mathematics Education.
The Minor in Education and Applied Psychology is designed for students who want to work with research faculty and learn more about issues confronting education, for students preparing for a teaching career in elementary or secondary education or exploring a career in education, and for students exploring a career in counseling, clinical or school psychology. There are three tracks in the minor: Educational Studies; Teacher Preparation; and Applied Psychology (Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology).
The Minor in Science and Mathematics Education is for science, mathematics, and engineering undergraduates interested in learning and teaching others about mathematics and science.
Both minors require a minimum of 18 units. For additional information, see our Web site at www.education.ucsb.edu.