Become a high school teacher in Woods, Industrial Design, or Construction with a Minor in Education with a focus on Career and Technical Education

Forestry students: Earn your B.S. in Renewable Materials and Minor in Education using your required work program and area of concentration.

Future students: Talk to an advisor in Forestry or Education to find the right fit for you.

Industry professionals: Use your industry experience to work toward the required hours, while earning your CTE license.

More information on the Oregon Department of Education website.

Education Minor Courses

You'll be taking 27 credits of the Education Minor, including the following courses

  • ED 216 - Purpose, Structure, & Function of Education in a Democracy (3) 
  • ED 219 - Civil Rights and Multicultural Issues in Education (3) 
  • ED 253 - Learning Across the Lifespan (3)
  • ED 440 - Human Development for adolescent and older children (3)
  • ED 480 - Teaching Math to Secondary Learners in Context (3)
  • ED 481 - Reading and Writing for Secondary Learners in Context (3)
  • ED 484 - Introduction Career and Technical Education in Oregon (3)

For more information, contact:

B.S. in Renewable Materials
Michelle Maller, College of Forestry
[email protected]

Education Minor
Sara Wright, College of Education
[email protected]