Graduate Minor in Creativity Studies in Education
New Minor in Creativity Studies in Education
Texas State University is pleased to announce a new graduate minor in Creativity Studies in Education. This nine-hour minor has an official start date of Fall 2018. The minor is available to all graduate students in all majors.
Students may add, or change to, the minor by completing the Graduate College Change of Minor form. Click here to go to the form: http://www.gradcollege.txstate.edu/docs/change-minor-concentration.pdf
|Courses in the Minor|
|CI 5310 Creativity: Theories, Research, and Applications|
|CI 5381 Advanced Creativity, Curiosity, and Interest|
|Choice of: CI 5368 The Politics and Creativity of Being and Becoming; or EDTC 5341 Digital Fabrication and Simple Electronics|
Academic Advisor and Coordinator
The academic advisor and coordinator for the graduate minor in Creativity Studies in Education is Dr. Susan Field Waite (email@example.com).
In the computer registration system, CI 5381 Advanced Creativity, Curiosity, and Interest still officially requires a prerequisite course, CI 5310. However, CI 5381 has been redesigned; and prerequisite knowledge and skills are no longer necessary for taking CI 5381. All interested students may get the prerequisite waived for Spring 2018 by completing the departmental online request form: http://www.education.txstate.edu/ci/resources/forms/course-override.html . Students will be notified by administrative office staff after they have been cleared for registration for CI 5381.
A proposal to remove the prerequisite for CI 5381 is moving through the university's curriculum approval process this year. A revised course title for CI 5381 is also moving through this year's curriculum approval process. The proposed new title is Creativity, Interest, and World(s). If these changes are approved, the title change and prerequisite change will take effect in the 2018-19 catalog of courses.