Secondary Science – Broadfield Science
BSSE Program candidates are involved in a rigorous curriculum which prepares them for middle school and /or high school science teaching in several science disciplines, including life sciences, earth science, chemistry, and physics. The program of study in the BSSE Program is as follows:
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First Year Courses
Second Year Courses
Third Year Courses
Fourth Year Courses
For more information on specific course, including course descriptions, please refer to the SKC 2017 – 2018 Catalog.
As part of the BSSE degree, students are required to complete an original scientific research project. The project will be reported in a student generated paper written during the course SCID 301: Conducting and Reporting Scientific Research, typically taken during their senior year. It is recommended that students complete the project between the end of their sophomore year and the beginning of their senior year in preparation for writing the research paper.
Total credits for the BSSE = 199