The Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education degree program is designed to prepare individuals to work with students in grades 6-12 in a specific content area. Students may choose to study Biology, Chemistry, General Science, Mathematics, Language Arts, Social Studies or Physics.
Class B Certification and Double Major
Satisfactory completion of the program requirements and accompanying tests lead to a recommendation for a Class B Certification in a content specific field of study. Because candidates are required to complete a content field major in the College of Arts and Sciences, the Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education leads to a double major in education and the content field. Secondary Education undergraduate programs begin at 120 hours, depending on the field of study.
Candidates are required to complete a content field major in the College of Arts and Sciences as well as the Secondary Education major. Majors begin as 120 hours, depending on the field of study.
Susan Ferguson, Ph.D.
English Language Arts, Social Studies
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Christopher Parrish, Ph.D.
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Katie Guffey, Ph.D.
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