FAQs

What is Biology Education Composite?

Biology is the study of the structure, function, heredity, and evolution of all living things-microorganisms, fungi, plants, and animals. Secondary education prepares you to be a high school teacher. You learn the curriculum and methods of teaching a specific subject, in this case biology. The only difference between a Biology Education major and a Biology Education Composite major is the composite has no minor and Biology Education does.

Why should I consider majoring in Biology Education Composite?

Biology Education would be a great major for you if you like studying science, the earth, the body, and enjoy being around teens 14-18 and teaching them new concepts and ideas.

What will I learn from studying Biology Education Composite?

You'll learn how to work with students, along with the necessary details involved in a biology major including but not limited to: creation of life, plants, earth, anatomy, cells, etc.

What interests and values are related to Biology Education Composite?

You need to be able to be patient with teenagers, explain simple and complex concepts, and want to help people learn about new ideas.

What career fields are related to Biology Education Composite?

The fields that are related to biology education are: Biology, Marine Biology, Secondary Education, Elementary Education, Anatomy, Pre-Med, etc.

What can I learn more about Biology Education Composite?

Occupational Outlook Handbook  
DISCOVER Career Guidance and Information System  

Contact Source:

College of Agriculture and Life Science Academic Discovery Center

Location: Benson 240

Phone: (208) 496-9830

Email: CALSacademicdiscoverycenter@byui.edu

College of Education and Human Development Academic Discovery Center  
Located in the Hinckley 309  
Phone: (208) 496-1411
Email: CBCacademicdiscoverycenter@byui.edu