Program Overview

Every work environment requires various kinds of teaching and learning to be successful. The minor in Professional Education provides students the opportunity to acquire educational skills for professional settings beyond schools. Students will explore the psychology of learning, how technology can support knowledge and skill development, and common issues experienced in educational spaces. You will also have the opportunity to identify three electives to support you in becoming an educator for professional settings.


Program Highlights

  • Three required courses grounded in practices that support teaching & learning in professional settings
  • Three electives tailored to your area of interest
  • A stand-out credential that is appealing to employers in search of positions connected to employee onboarding and skill improvement

What can I do with this degree?

A variety of fields and careers that include roles in teaching, learning, training, onboarding, human resources etc.

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