Minor in Technology and Youth
The landscape for learning can take many shapes and happen any time with the technology available today. Creating meaningful learning experiences for youth takes special skills. With a minor in Technology and Youth, you can complement your current major and improve your career competitiveness for jobs which require technology to educate a variety of youth audiences.
Students who complete this minor will be able to combine knowledge of child, family and community development; learning theory; and have competency with various media and information technologies in order to design, develop, implement and evaluate technology-based learning experiences.
Required courses (12 credits)
- ESLTECH 2211S Impact of Technology in Learning and Education- 3 hrs
- ESLTECH 2250 Technology, Equity and Informal Learning- 3 hrs
- ESLTECH 3251 Technology Interventions in Urban Schools and Communities- 3 hrs
- ELTECH 4270 Technology, Education and Community-based Programming- 3hrs
Elective courses (Select 3 credits)
- ESLTECH 5280 Educational Videography - 3 hrs
- ESLTECH 5281 Introduction to Developing Educational Web Sites - 3 hrs
- COMLDR 3330 Program Development and Evaluation – 3 hrs
Course Offering Schedule
- ESETEC 2211 - Impact of Technology in Learning and Education
- ESETEC 2250 - Technology, Education, and Communities
- ESLTECH 5280 - Educational Videography (Online Course)
- COMLDR 3330 - Program Development and Evaluation
- ESLTECH 3251 - Technology Interventions in Urban Schools and Communities
- ESLTECH 2270 - Computers in the Classroom: An Intro
- ESLTECH 5281 - Introduction to Developing Educational Web Sites (Online Course)
A minor must be declared by the time a graduation application is submitted. Early declaration is recommended. After a minor is declared, any changes must be approved.
Minimum Credit Hours