Bringing science to life
Children are naturally curious. They love to discover new things, explore the world around them, and work with their hands. If you love the thought of stimulating inquisitive minds to investigate the world through biology, chemistry, physics, and other fields of science—and to do so from a biblical frame of reference—the Science Education major may be for you.
At Maranatha, you’ll gain a solid foundation in biological, physical, and earth sciences as well as preparation in the art of teaching and passing this knowledge on to others. You’ll also benefit from experienced professors who are not afraid to follow the scientific evidence when it points to a Creator or supports biblical creationism.
Pursuing science on a higher level
Andrea Ray’s conversation with another Purdue University graduate student confirmed that God had placed her in the right place. “She said to me, ‘The only things I knew about you were that you spoke Spanish and that you believed in God.’”
Ray ('11) is pursuing her doctorate in microbiology at Purdue's Interdisciplinary Life Sciences program and has had the opportunity to conduct research with others on a lab team. Their research deals with an enzyme in E. coli bacteria, also found in human cells, which may have an application to cancer research.
More about Andrea Ray.
Our faculty knows science
“There are many examples of prominent scientists who were also Christians, and understanding that is important,” said Dr. Molitor.
“My desire is to show students the benefits and importance of studying how God’s creation works.”
Read more about our Teacher Education faculty.
Teacher licensure program
Teacher education graduates at Maranatha can apply for licensure through both the American Association of Christian Schools and the State of Wisconsin.
Our teacher education programs are approved for teacher certification through the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
Click here for more information on teacher licensing.
Your potential career
- Science teacher
Your potential schedule
|Introduction to Sociology||3||Foundations of Education||2|
|General Biology 1||4||General Biology 2||4|
|Christian Life 1||1||New Testament Survey||2|
|Old Testament Survey||2||English Composition 2||3|
|English Composition 1||3||The Modern World||3|
|Music Elective||2||General Psychology||3|
|Fundamentals of Public Speaking||2|
|Sophomore Fieldwork||0||Developmental Psychology||3|
|Physics 1||4||Physics 2||4|
|Earth Science Elective||3||Earth Science Elective||3|
|Baptist Heritage||3||Biology Elective||3|
|Principles of Bible Study||2||Christian Life 2||1|
|Calculus 1||5||American Studies Elective||3|
|Upper Level Status||0||Junior Fieldwork||0|
|Instructional Media & Technology||3||Sec. & Middle School Teaching Methods||2|
|Chemistry 1||4||Human Relations||3|
|Earth Science Elective||3||Chemistry 2||4|
|Biology Elective||4||Biology Elective||4|
|Bible Elective||2||Christian Life 3||1|
|Secondary School Reading||3||Teaching Science||3|
|Educational Psychology||3||Education Seminar||0|
|Educational Assessment||2||Pre-ST Portfolio Review||0|
|The Exceptional Child||3||Ecology||3|
|Earth Science Elective||2||Laboratory & Field Investigations||2|
|Classroom Management||2||Earth Science Elective||3|
|Bible Doctrine 1||3||Bible Elective||2|
|Bible Doctrine 2||3|
|Supervised Student Teaching-License||12|
|Post-ST Portfolio Review||0|