Social Science (5-12) Program
Educating Our Next Generation on Global, National and Social Issues
The Montana State University-Northern secondary education social science degree will prepare you for a rewarding career teaching students grades 5-12.
- Integrate contemporary and historical social issues on a global and national level..
- Develop teaching skills necessary to join the education field and find a social science job after college.
- Learn how to plan, prepare and integrate political and economic systems into lesson plans at MSU-Northern.
- Sharpen your skills in historical, cultural and political issues that influence the development of world regions with a social science education degree.
- Be mentored by faculty in social science education degree program that has years of education and research.
- Work alongside faculty that will guide you through the process of obtaining social science teacher jobs.
American History and Western Civilization – Focus on the historical context of our founding nation and how it has helped shape other civilizations around the globe.
Methods of Teaching History and Social Science – Participate in hands-on learning and teaching experiences in and out of the classroom.
International Relations – Engage students in social and political issues happening around the world.
Graduates of the Montana State University-Northern Science Teacher Education Programs will be eligible for a recommendation for a Standard Class II Educator License. Between now and 2024, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects an expected growth in the field that is above average compared to other professions.
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