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Earth Science Education

What is Earth Science Education?


Why should I consider majoring in Earth Science Education?


What will I learn from studying Earth Science Education?


What are interests and values are related to Earth Science Education?


What career fields are related to Earth Science Education?


How can I learn more about Earth Science Education?


What is Earth Science Education?

Earth Science is the science that deals with geology, chemistry, some physics, and the composition of the earth and the evolution of creature on the earth. With earth science education, one would teach these subjects to a variety of levels of education.

 

Why should I consider majoring in Earth Science Education?

You might like this major if you like to help and work with others, solve problems, have an interest in evolution, composition of the earth, plate tectonics, geological time, etc.

 

What will I learn from studying Earth Science Education?

How to teach others in Earth Science at different education levels, and the subjects related to it.

 

What interests and values are related to Earth Science Education?

Helping others
Have good health and physical stamina
Be able to work well with others
Have good organizational skills
Be motivated to help others succeed
Have excellent communication skills
Be a leader
Enjoy being and working in the outdoors
Like travelling to remote locations
Be logical and have good reasoning ability

Be skilled in problem solving

 

What career fields are related to Earth Science Education?

College Professor
High School teacher
Junior High School teacher

 

How can I learn more about Earth Science Education?

OCCUPATIONAL OUTLOOK HANDBOOK
DISCOVER Career Guidance and Information System

 

Contact Source:

College of Physical Science & Engineering Academic Discovery Center
Location: Austin 106
Phone: 208-496-9880

Email: CPSEacademicdiscoverycenter@byui.edu