Composite Science EducationB.S.Ed.
Create opportunities for middle and high school students to engage with science and expand their knowledge and critical reasoning skills.
High school and middle school students need science teachers who are passionate about science and enthusiastic about teaching. By earning a bachelor’s degree in science education, you'll receive a broad preparation in biology, chemistry, physics and earth science. You'll graduate ready to teach science to middle and secondary school students.
- Program type:
- On Campus
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
- Credit hours:
Why earn a degree in science education at UND?
Science Education Program
On graduation, you'll work with faculty to obtain the appropriate teaching license and/or endorsement.
The Teacher Education VITAL Program connects you with local volunteer opportunities at area schools, adding to your teaching experience, building your resume, and creating professional networks.
Join the largest pre-professional association for students entering teaching. Student North Dakota United (SNDU) is affiliated with the National Education Association, the largest professional teacher organization in the U.S.
You'll be eligible for scholarships through the College of Education & Human Development. As a future science teacher you may also qualify for state and federal funding such as the NDUS Teacher Shortage Loan Forgiveness Program and the TEACH Grant to help offset the cost of your degree.
Gain a global perspective on education by studying abroad. Students recently have completed student teaching in Australia and Ireland.
Specialize in biology, chemistry, physics or earth science.
Science Teacher Job Outlook
Teaching Courses You Could Take
Leaders that Do
Through hands-on experience, the UND Science Education program prepares students to be teachers.