This program is designed to prepare students to teach Chemistry in grades 7-12. To be able to teach chemistry in a Pennsylvania (PA) public secondary school, students must have an undergraduate major in Chemistry or the equivalent in the area of certification. If not, students may be required to take additional courses in their major in addition to secondary education requirements. Observation and teaching in an approved classroom with guidance and evaluation is required.
- Location: Main Campus: St. Davids
- Length: Varies based on incoming credits and credit load per semester. Typically completed in 12-24 months.
- Delivery: Blended (combination of on-ground and online coursework)
- Enrolling New Students: August, January, May, and June
- Cost: View our affordable tuition rates. Receive a 20% Alumni Discount if you earned a degree from EU!
- Financial Aid: Discover our partner grants, military benefits, and federal and state financial aid options that may be available to you
- Courses offered online, on-ground in the evenings, and throughout the summer sessions
- Individualized program of study created for each student waiving previously completed coursework and outlining current PDE requirements
- Intern certificate availability
- Commitment to Autism Training: Include our Autism Endorsement in your coursework or continue into the MEd in Special Education and Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Applied Behavior Analysis. Eastern is passionate about serving those on the Autism Spectrum through our College Success Program and with the Devereux CARES Campus Transition Partnership