Ba or bs in physics and msed in secondary education in Duquesne university
This is a five-year program resulting in a Bachelor of Arts or Science in Physics and a Master of Science in Education. Students begin as Physics majors, taking all Physics requirements. In the third year, students apply to the School of Education for admission into the M.S.Ed. program. During the fourth year, students take graduate education courses at the undergraduate tuition rate. At the end of the fourth year, students graduate with a Physics degree. During the fifth year, they take exclusively education courses at a 35% discounted tuition rate.
Official high school transcripts and college transcripts, Letter of recommendation and Personal Essay, Typical SAT scores: Math (520-610), Critical reading (520-600), Writing (500-600), ACT Composite (23-28)
Secondary education, Corporate training, Middle school education, Human resources, Community college instruction, Technical scientific writing