I took an Education course called 'Exploring Teaching as a Profession' that was a 100-level course designed for incoming Freshmen to, well, explore teaching as a profession.
I chose to take the course the Spring of my Senior year.
I literally probably could've taught it.
There was also an Educational Independant Study course I took my Senior year in the Fall. I met with my advisor for us to come up with what would equate to a given grade, a topic, etc. and we decided that my topic would be block scheduling, since it's becoming quite popular in the Capital District, and she said that 12 pages of well-written research would be good enough for an A, and I could turn it in as many times in the semester as I wanted, and she'd review it and give it back, as long as by the end of the semester, I handed in a final version... I did the whole thing on a Saturday, handed it in once and got an A. 3 credits in one day.