Minor in Urban Education

The Urban Education Minor allows you to complement your major in order to further your positive impact in urban schools and help awaken the potential of children.

Education

Department of Elementary Education

Leave a legacy in your community

You can be a part of the long-term success of students and your community through the Urban Education Minor. Our School of Education ensures that you’ll learn a strong foundation in trusted education principles balanced with emerging trends in classroom management. Through principles of courage, inspiration and compassion, you can work with the underserved part of your community and help close the achievement gap.

Program Overview

Through this minor, we focus on addressing the needs of the whole student. This means engagement in core subjects, child health and safety and guidance in the exploration of their beliefs and values. We have the program INVEST that strives to increase the diversity and skill of teachers in urban settings within Milwaukee. We also have a partnership with the Institute for City Education with a focus on immersion, community outreach and instructional team collaboration. We combine traditional teaching methods with field experiences so you can understand what student success really means. You will have access to experienced educators to develop the commitment to change and earn effective approaches for school improvement and parent outreach.

What to Expect

The Urban Education Minor includes 18 credits and is available for multiple education majors including the Early Childhood Education Major, the Elementary/Middle-School Education Major, and the Secondary/K-12 Education Major. So, no matter your focus and grade-level emphasis, we offer the ability to highlight the importance of community and urban education settings.

Locations

In addition to our main and online campuses, Concordia has nine center locations which offer accelerated undergraduate and graduate programs close to where you live and work.

  • Mequon

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