The Early Adolescence through Adolescence (EA-A) Program in science education is available for students who plan to teach science to children from age 10 to age 21, in 6th through 12th grade. Science Education students gain real world experience in the classroom through student teaching at area schools. Students who satisfactorily complete the program requirements also meet the Wisconsin teacher certification requirements for teaching science subject areas in those grades.
Undergraduate Degree OfferedBachelor's degree leading to licensure.
Post-Baccalaureate CertificationStudents who already have a bachelor's degree and are interested in becoming a licensed teachers in the state of Wisconsin may earn post-baccalaureate teacher certification in Science education.
Post Baccalaureate Certification with a Master's OptionStudents who already have a bachelor's degree and are interested in becoming a licensed teachers in the state of Wisconsin may obtain their teaching certification while pursuing a Master's degree.
LicensureStudents who satisfactorily complete the undergraduate or post baccalaureate program will be granted a license in one or more of the following science subject areas. Students may also return at a later date to add additional licenses in any of the following subject areas.
- Broad Field Science
- Earth and Space Science
- Environmental Studies
- Life and Environment Science
- Physical Science
- Computer Science
- English as a Second Language
- World Languages
|Program DirectorCraig Berg
Program Faculty and Faculty AdvisorsCraig Berg
|Academic Advisor Andrea Azarian|