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Bachelor of Science
Biology Education (B.S.)
Students learn to teach biology to students in the middle and high school ages. Biology education students will graduate with a certification to teach from the state of Idaho.
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As a biology education major, you will have the opportunity to work with students in middle school and high school. You will aid students' understanding of concepts and prepare students for exams. Your primary responsibility will be to teach, but you will also learn to be a mentor and an inspirational figure to students.

The biology education major at BYU-Idaho requires completion of specific coursework in biology, BYU-Idaho general education classes, and education classes needed for certification as secondary education teacher in the state of Idaho.
The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.
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Graduates with a degree in Biology Education will enter a rewarding teaching career.

Biology teachers give lectures and create lesson plans to teach students information related to biology. They follow the state curriculum to prepare students for the state exams and conduct a variety of experiments. Teachers must also grade homework assignments and work with students to help them get the most from their education.

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