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Science Education - Undergraduate

The Secondary Education (SECED) major with a Science Education (SCIED) option helps students prepare to become science teachers for grades 7-12 and and leads to a bachelor of science (B.S.) in Secondary Education. There are multiple option areas to choose from in the SCIED program:Students learning a science experiment in class

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Earth & Space Science
  • Environmental Education
  • General Science
  • Physics

    Major Requirements

    The SCIED program is a four-year undergraduate degree that requires 126 credits* and leads to a bachelor of science (B.S.) in Secondary Education.

      The program helps students meet all of the common certification requirements for Biology, Chemistry, Earth & Space Science, Environmental Education, General Science, and Physics.

      Students can pursue their degree in other non-traditional ways.

      *Courses vary with option selection

      Many US states and territories require professional licensure/certification to be employed. If you plan to pursue employment in a licensed profession after completing this program, please visit the Professional Licensure/Certification Disclosures by State interactive map.

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