Point’s Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education degree develops and trains secondary grades educators equipped to teach 6th through 12th grade who demonstrate the knowledge, skills, professional dispositions, and Christian attitudes associated with being an effective teacher. The secondary education major requires education coursework and the equivalent coursework of a major in either biology, English or history. The program includes three semesters of teacher education courses with field experiences and one semester of student teaching experience in a local public middle or high school. The degree in Secondary Education includes the courses and field experiences necessary for the successful student to teach children in grades six through twelve.
- Plan and implement an effective classroom management system.
- Use reflection, inquiry and critical analysis to improve teaching practices and professional behaviors.
- Use skills, attitudes, Christian behaviors and positive interpersonal relationships associated with being an effective teacher with all students.