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What are the benefits of training as a Secondary school Science Teacher?
• Jobs are available due to critical shortage of science teachers.
• Make an impact in people’s lives and on society.
• Good Salary – average $56,069 (2010-11)
• Great job security
• Variety in your work: New students, new techniques; never boring!
• Lifelong learning – join those who value ongoing science learning
• Conducive to family life –same days off as your kids.
• Summers off. Time to try something different.
Students interested in Science Education have a variety of options at the Curry School of Education.
For undergraduates interested in teaching middle and/or high school science, we offer our B/MT, a five-year program that includes both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree along with licensure and endorsement.
For post-graduates similarly interested, we offer our PGMT, a 2-year master’s program. In both of these programs, students may choose from the following licensure areas: biology, chemistry, Earth & space science, and physics.
Our M.Ed and Ed.D degrees are offered in conjunction with Curriculum, Teaching and Learning (CTL), where Science is an emphasis area in the CTL framework.
Finally, Ph.D. studies in Science are available through the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) graduate unit, where students engage in studies across these disciplines, while concentrating on Science Education.
Teacher Education: Secondary Science Education
Advanced Studies: Science Education
M.Ed. Curriculum Teaching and Learning with an emphasis in Science
Ed.D. Curriculum Teaching and Learning with an emphasis in Science
Ph.D. STEM with a concentration in Science