Secondary Education: Science

The Science Education concentration in the Secondary Education major equips future servant leaders with knowledge of the diverse learners and content they will teach, skills in planning instruction, assessing, and managing, as well as character reflecting appropriate interaction with the school community, life-long learning, and a calling as a Christian servant leader with a biblical worldview for kingdom service. The Professional Teaching Objectives for this major are based on the InTASC standards. Students can choose to specialize in either Biology or Chemistry.

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Minors

  • Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language (TESOL)
  • Chemistry
  • Physical Education Coaching
  • Bible & Theology
  • Biology
  • Mathematics

Program Layout

The Secondary Education major is a 127 hour program that includes 50 hours of general education courses (including 15 hours of Bible & Theology), 9 hours of open electives, and 68 hours in Education-specific courses. Examples of classes include Philosophy of Classroom Management, Genetics, Foundations & Trends in Education, and Clinical Practice.