The Secondary Education undergraduate and graduate programs will prepare you to teach one or more content areas in grades 7 through 12, in a variety of settings, including public and private high schools. You will learn current educational theories and effective teaching practices, participate in field experiences, which require you to observe and/or participate in teaching activities at multiple schools, and student teach. As a Secondary Education undergraduate (bachelor's) student, you will major in the area you intend to teach (biology, chemistry, English, general science, mathematics, or social studies). The Master of Education with a concentration/certification in the secondary content areas of biology, chemistry, English, mathematics, social studies, and general science is a degree program for candidates who hold a bachelor’s degree in the content area.
Secondary Education Certification in the following content areas: