Broad Field Science Teaching (Grades 4-12) Major (Comprehensive)
This major is designed to provide broad exposure to science content across disciplines of biology, chemistry, earth and space science, and physics. A minimum of 22 credits numbered at the 300 level or higher are required for this major.
62 or 60 total credits
|BIOL 130||Principles of Biology I||4.00|
|BIOL 132||Principles of Biology II||4.00|
|or BIOL 330||Genetics|
|CHEM 105||General Chemistry I||5.00|
|CHEM 106||General Chemistry II||4.00|
|Earth and Space Science|
|ENSC 100||Environmental Science||2.00|
|GEOL 110||The Dynamic Earth||4.00|
|Select one of the following:||3.00-4.00|
|Chemistry of Natural Waters|
|PHYS 107||Algebra-Based Physics I||4.00|
|PHYS 108||Algebra-Based Physics II||4.00|
|MATH 113||Algebra with Applications||3.00|
|Select one of the options below:||15.00-17.00|
|Option 1: Science Teaching Licensure (Grades 4-12)|
Science Teaching Methods 3
|Teaching Elementary/Middle School Science|
|Secondary Methods in Science Education|
Teaching Experience Required Course
|Student Teaching Residency|
|Option 2: Broad Field Science|
Select 15 additional credits of courses in BIOL, CHEM, ENSC, GEOL, NSED, or PHYS at 300+ level. A capstone course must be included.
Five credits required.
The Instruction Minor (22 credits) must be completed with Option 1
UW-Superior educational programs are approved by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction to fulfill licensure requirements for the state of Wisconsin. If you seek licensure in a state other than Wisconsin, please see the UW-Superior Institutional Certification Office web page for further information and assistance.