An integrated science certification allows teachers to teach all the major science disciplines at the intended grade level.
Calvin College offers multiple ways to be certified to teach science. Students wanting both certification and the flexibility to teach any science course at the middle or high school level major in integrated science studies. Students in the elementary education program may choose integrated science as a minor or major to fill out their program.
Students who wish to teach high school science in specific disciplines, such as secondary biology, chemistry, geology, and/or physics, should consult the appropriate departmental website:
- Teacher Education program
- Biology department
- Chemistry department
- Geology department
- Physics department
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Chemistry professor Crystal Bruxvoort is the recipient of the 2016 Calvin College Presidential Award for Exemplary Teaching. News & Stories, May 17, 2016
Story map project aims for ecological justice in Plaster Creek watershed
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