Influence the next generation by becoming a history and social studies teacher.
Individuals looking to share their love for history and social sciences with middle and high school students can become effective and influential teachers by entering the Marian University Bachelor of Science in Broad Field Social Studies Education program.
We help our students by giving them the knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience needed to lead classrooms and cultivate positive and meaningful interactions. Those in the BS in Broad Field Social Studies Education program learn to analyze economics, history, geography, political science, psychology, and sociology to enhance their teaching skills.
Students combine their passion for geography, history, political science, sociology, and anthropology with a foundation of knowledge in student-centered teaching methods, quality classroom management, and assessment.
Broad Field Social Studies Education students are prepared to meet the challenges of today’s schools by giving them the skills they need to positively impact their classrooms and function effectively as a teacher. Upon graduation, students will be recognized by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) to teach middle and high school and have earned a valuable content area credential in broad field social studies:
- Early Adolescence-Adolescence Education Grades 5-12
- Broad Field Social Studies (1701, EA-A)