The Secondary Science Education Concentration of Vermont State University’s Natural Science degree prepares you for a rewarding career teaching natural science to high school students. Help the next generation of students learn to use science as a framework for making sense of the natural world and addressing its challenges. You'll gain exposure to the disciplines of biology, chemistry, physics, geology, and environmental science while you learn to instill passion for these subjects in your future students.
You must also double-major in Secondary Education in the Education Department to take this concentration. The combined program prepares you for Vermont State licensure with an endorsement in Science. You will also be well prepared to take the General Science Praxis II exam and one of the science subject area Praxis exams. These exams are part of the journey toward becoming a high school science teacher.