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Secondary Licenses: Physics
Physics majors pursuing a MN teaching license at the 9-12 level may complete the course requirements for either a BS or BA in Physics. In addition, students must complete the undergraduate education department courses required for a Minnesota teaching license. The methods course required for this secondary license is EDU 5740: Teaching Science in the Middle and High Schools (5-12).
The required education and content courses for a MN 9-12 teaching license
in Physics and Physical Science are listed below. Please be aware that additional content courses are required for the Physics major. All teaching candidates
are advised that completion of the program within a four-year time frame
requires careful planning. Please seek early
advising from the School of Education to plan your program.
NOTE: If you want to co-major in education and will not student teach prior to graduation, you need to take an additional six EDU credits.
If you wish to add a 5-8 General Science license, work with your advisor to determine what additional coursework and student teaching you will need to complete.
Contact an Undergraduate Teacher Education faculty adviser for the licensure requirements associated with this license
Three of the following courses, one of which must be at 5000 level
To extend this license to include teaching science in grades 5-8 requires the following six additional courses:
The Licensure Requirements Form [BS in Physics or BA in Physics] lists a full description of the required courses and tests.
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