Education and Society Minor

UW Bothell Education Program

About the Minor

The Education and Society Minor explores the connections between education and society in and out of the classroom. Understanding these connections helps to increase awareness of how education impacts industry, the arts, politics, healthcare, and other areas of society.

Autumn '12 Courses Approved for the Education and Society Minor


The following courses are open to all students in all majors. Freshman and sophomores are encouraged to register for 200 and 300 level courses.

B EDUC 250A

Topics in Education and Popular Culture — Taking Teachers to the Movies: Fictional Representations of Educators in Film (5 cr) VLPA
SLN: 21560
Mon. / Wed., 11:00-1:00
— Wayne Au

B EDUC 391B
Special Topics in Education: The Impact of Technology on Teaching and Learning (5cr)
SLN: 10909
Tues. / Thurs., 3:30-5:30 p.m.
— Robin Angotti

B EDUC 475A
Global Perspectives on Diversity and Citizenship Education (3 cr) I&S
SLN: 20691
Thursdays, 3:30-6:00 p.m.

B EDUC 493A
Environmental Education (3 cr) NW
SLN: 10937
Wednesdays, 1:15-3:45 p.m.
option for 5 credits if taken with B EDUC 452E Service Learning Practicum in Education SLN: 20690
— Carole Kubota

B EDUC 522A
Education and American Dream (3 cr) - Seniors Only
SLN: 10943
Wednesdays, 4:30 - 7:00 p.m.
option of 5 credits if taken with B EDUC 452D Service Learning Practicum in Education SLN: 20689
— Jane Van Galen

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