Secondary Education Integrated Science Major

The Biology, Chemistry, Education, Geography and Physics departments cooperatively offer this program to students interested in certification to teach science at the secondary-school level from an integrated science perspective. Students with this major must minor in either biology, education, chemistry education, earth science education or physics education. The major prepares students to be endorsed both in integrated science and in the specific discipline of the major.

Advising for this major is provided by faculty in the School of Education.

Students majoring in secondary education integrated science must maintain a grade point average of 3.0 or greater with no grade below a “B-” in the professional education sequence, the major and/or minors and required cognates combined.

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Total Credits Required for Degree 125

Liberal Studies 30-40

Integrated Science Major 56-62

Professional Education 37
Note: MA 104 College Algebra with Applications or MA 111 College Algebra for Calculus Preparation is required for many of the courses in this program. 

Depending upon the minor chosen, students complete their 56-62 credits of general science curriculum as stated in the four minor options (biology, chemistry, earth science or physics).