Secondary Physics Education
The Bachelor of Science in Secondary Physics leads to certification in grades 9-12 in the state of Missouri. Students become masters of their content through diverse physics and science classes, learn pedagogy and teaching strategies for physics through education courses, and put both into practice through field experiences.
The program encompasses four phases:
Program of study for Secondary Physics
- GPA requirements
- 2.5 GPA with less than 30 credits completed
- 2.6 with 30-59 credits completed
- 2.75 with 60+ credits completed
Recommended to complete Physics 2750 and 2760 before entering Phase II.
How to Apply
New to MU or Changing Your Major to Education:
- Students new to MU can find information on applying to the University here.
- Information regarding application to Phase II is provided through email when enrolled in TDP 2000 and/or 2040.
Fees and Financial Aid
MU is an affordable place for all students there are a variety of federal financial aid programs, along with assistance from the University. The College of Education also offers scholarships for its undergraduate students.