State-of-the-art classrooms, research opportunities with leaders in the field, plus funded study abroad and outreach opportunities—Secondary Education programs equip candidates with the knowledge and skills needed to lead. With a focus on diversity, technology, field work and research, this program produces candidates who are in demand.
Undergraduates receive a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry or a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: Major in Chemistry (Sciences and Letters) and a Minor in Secondary Education with educator licensure. At the graduate level, candidates complete a Master of Education in Secondary Education with educator licensure.
A strong social justice focus characterizes the program curriculum.