Licensure in Science (7-12)

Students interested in obtaining licensure in science must submit passing scores on Praxis I and II, complete the B.S. degree in biology, or the B.S. in environmental science/natural resources or integrated environmental science and the additional chemistry and physics courses listed below* if not included in the requirements for these majors, and the following licensure-specific courses:

Required Licensure-Specific Courses

Credits

Semester

EDU-2110

Introduction to Exceptional Populations

3

__________

EDU-2170

Adolescent Development

3

__________

EDU-2320

Engaged in Creative Teaching and Learning

3

__________

EDU-3020

Educational Psychology

3

__________

EDU-3240

Literacy Development in the Content Areas

3

__________

EDU-4272

Secondary Education Methods II: The Practice of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

 

 

3

 

 

__________

EDU-4850

Secondary Education Student Teaching

12

__________

SCI-4020

Science Methods

3

__________

Total

 

33

 

Note: Students must earn a B- or better in all of the above courses. Please see other important licensure requirements for more information.

*And for those students earning a B.S. in environmental science/natural resources or integrated environmental science, the following chemistry and physics courses are required if not already included in the requirements for either major:

CHE-1031

General Chemistry I

4

__________

CHE-1032

General Chemistry II

4

__________

PHY-1041

Physics I

4

__________

PHY-1042

Physics II

4

__________

Note: Students must earn a B- or better in all of the above courses.