Secondary Science Education

The University of Delaware offers students interested in teaching high school science a choice of undergraduate degree programs: the Bachelor of Arts in Biology Education, Chemistry Education, Earth Science Education or Physics Education. The programs are accredited by NCATE (National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education). Students complete the requirements for a Liberal Arts degree, a major in their content and area and the professional education courses. On completing the program requirements, students will receive the University of Delaware’s endorsement for teaching certification.

The Secondary Science Education Program has a Professional Development School located in Appoquinimink School District-one of Delaware’s fastest growing school districts. High school teaching is a rewarding career with multiple opportunities in and outside of the classroom. Program graduates have positions in school districts across the United States, from California to Maine and Florida.

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Edited by: Christopher Griffith ’13

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