What degree will I need to become a science teacher?
I want to be a middle school science teacher. What degree will I need to do that? Will I need more than one? If you need a specific science, then life science of biology. But I would love to teach any science. Also, you don't need to answer this part, would I get paid year round or would I be on my own for summer? Like, would I get 3,000 a month 12 months or 4,000 a month for 9 months? Again, you don't need to answer this part, or you can only answer this part.
Asked By: Kate - 9/29/2009
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Answered By: Jacket Coach - 9/29/2009
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You need a four year (Bachelors) Degree---in Science, with a minor in education. This is minimum requirement. You do not have to major in a specific science to teach Biology. You can choose to either get paid monthly (so you get a paycheck even when you are out of school on summer and other vacations) or to be paid... More
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