Secondary Education

Learn at a renowned program with 10 focus areas to choose from and become a middle school, junior high or high school teacher.

LC State's Teacher Education Program promotes high quality in teaching through a unique combination of student-centeredness, collaborative instruction, curriculum integration, professional partnerships, a dedicated faculty, extensive field experiences, and attention to performance assessment. The undergraduate course of study for an endorsement in a secondary education content area is intended for students earning their bachelor's degrees and attending the majority of classes on the Lewiston campus. Courses of study that lead to secondary teaching certification, grades 6-12, are as follows: Biology, Chemistry, Communication Arts, Earth Science, English, Kinesiology (PE/Health), Mathematics, Natural Science, Psychology, Social Science (w/History).

Related Careers

• Elementary and middle school teacher, $60,900
• Secondary school teacher, $62,730
• Special education teacher, $62,640
• Librarian, $50,540

Career data and salary information is from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

“I am so fortunate to have gone to such an amazing college ... The one-year long internship provided me with an experience that no other colleges in the area have.” - Dani Bozzuto, 6th grade teacher

Degree Options

Bachelor's: Communication Arts: Secondary Education

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Credits:
120
Location:
Lewiston

Bachelor's: Natural Science: Secondary Education

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Credits:
120
Location:
Lewiston

Bachelor's: Social Sciences - History: Secondary Education

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Credits:
128
Location:
Lewiston

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