NBSELSC12B

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (Emphasis in Science) Initial Program - Leads to Initial Teacher Licensure

The Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with an Emphasis in Science is offered for students who are preparing for a career as a middle school or elementary science teacher. The format and courses of this regionally accredited and Arizona State Board of Education approved program are designed to maximize the content knowledge that the teacher candidate will possess upon graduation along with the content knowledge to meet the needs of 21st century learners by specializing in science.

As a teacher of Elementary Education, you will study topics such as curriculum development, classroom management, cultural diversity, English as a Second Language, methods of teaching technology in education, and educational psychology. All courses are directly aligned with professional teaching standards and the associated national content standards.

To become an elementary science teacher, youll study topics such as the scientific method, critical thinking and forming hypotheses, the properties of Earth and its materials, DNA replication, metabolic pathways, cell division, and animal form and functions. Content courses are aligned to the professional standards of the National Science Teachers Association.

Opportunities are provided to apply concepts, theories, and research throughout the program. Assignments within many of the courses guide students through 105 hours of practicum/field experiences prior to student teaching, and the final semester of the program includes a full-time, 16-week student teaching component.

* Please refer to the Academic Catalog for more information. Program subject to change.

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