Earth and Space Science
Bachelor of Arts in Education (BAE)
Teacher Certification/Add-on Endorsements
The BAE in Earth and Space Science is for prospective secondary school science teachers. The Earth and Space Science major and minor are interdisciplinary, with required courses from geography, geology, physics, chemistry and biology.
General Admissions Requirements for Earth and Space Science
High school students who plan to enter this program are encouraged to take three or four years of both science and mathematics in high school. University students should generally complete their gecr requirements, particularly in the Natural Sciences, prior to entering the program. Students are encouraged to contact the Earth and Space Science advisor to aid them in selecting these gecr courses.
General Degree Completion Requirements for Earth and Space Science
Grade Requirement for BAE
- ≥2.8 cumulative average
- ≥2.0 in each course
Generally Earth and Space Science is taught in the junior high school or middle school. Also, it is occasionally taught as a high school elective or in the upper elementary grades.
Required courses in the following programs of study may have prerequisites. Reference the course description section for clarification.