Integrated Science (Elementary or Secondary Level)

 

Endorsement:

Integrated Science

Endorsement Code:

DI

Available To:

Elementary-level Certified Teachers

Secondary-level certified teachers

Description of Endorsement:

The Integrated Science (DI) endorsement allows elementary and secondary-level certified teachers to teach integrated and general science and related courses including biology, chemistry, physics, physical science and earth/space science in the grade levels indicated on their teaching certificates. The College of Education will recommend teachers for the Integrated Science endorsement upon successful completion of all required coursework and taking and passing the Michigan Test for Teacher Certification (MTTC) Integrated Science (Elementary) or Integrated Science (Secondary) subject-area test.

Associated MTTC Test:

093 Integrated Science (Elementary)

094 Integrated Science (Secondary)

(Students should indicate SVSU Institution Code #24 when registering for the MTTC test.)

Required Coursework:

To add this endorsement to an existing teaching certificate select the following link for a list of required courses.

Elementary Integrated Science Minor

Secondary Integrated Science, Grades 6-12 Major

To avoid taking courses not needed, students are encouraged to first meet with a College of Education Certification Advisor to review your undergraduate coursework and determine a plan of study.

Upon completion of all program requirements, students must submit a completed endorsement application on the MOECS website at http://www.michigan.gov/moecs to add this endorsement to their teaching certificate.

While the above information represents the most current advising information available, be aware that certain factors may change affecting the validity of this information, such as changes mandated by the Michigan Department of Education. For this reason, students are STRONGLY advised to consult a certification advisor frequently throughout the duration of their program.

Last Updated: June 20, 2011