Living-learning communities (LLC)
This living-learning community is for prospective education majors interested in teaching. You will be placed with a group of other students also interested in education careers so you can study and problem-solve together. Courses have been selected to give you a good start on the coursework required to apply for admittance to the School of Education.
This community is appropriate for all education majors including elementary education, special education, early elementary education and secondary/K-12 education. Acceptance and participation in this LLC in no way guarantees your acceptance into the Professional Education Program. The education living-learning community is housed in Watson Hall.
- Education 205 - Pluralism for Educators (2 credits)
- History 176 - United States to 1877 (3 credits)
- Communication 101 - Fundamentals of Oral Communication (3 credits)
- Psychology 110 - General Psychology (3 credits)