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Physics Teaching Endorsement - Undergraduate

February 8, 2013 - 4:57pm -- Lisa.Vargason

Visit the College of Education Undergraduate website.

All secondary and K-12 education students earn a content major in their endorsement area.   

Students seeking certification for teaching in Physics must complete the Physics Major requirements and the classes listed under the catalog section for Secondary Education.  A second teaching major or endorsement is required when majoring in Physics.

Pre-Medical, Dental and Allied Health

September 30, 2012 - 10:36pm -- Nancy.Weyers

Doane graduates complete their professional education in these health programs at institutions across the United States, such as at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Vanderbilt University in Tennessee, Washington University in Missouri, the University of Chicago, and Northwestern University in Illinois. Students at Doane can major in biochemistry , biology , chemistry or physical science with a health science emphasis.

Pre-Veterinary Medicine

September 30, 2012 - 10:32pm -- Nancy.Weyers

Many students are interested in veterinary science, and Doane offers all pre-veterinary requirements for area veterinary schools and most universities nationwide. Students generally major in biology at Doane and then enroll at a professional school following graduation.


September 30, 2012 - 10:30pm -- Nancy.Weyers

The best preparation for a career in the Christian ministry is a four-year liberal arts course preparatory to graduate work at a seminary. Students interested in religious education or missionary work, as well as pre-ministerial students, can also prepare by taking specific courses:


September 30, 2012 - 10:25pm -- Nancy.Weyers

The American Bar Association states that undergraduates can be admitted to law school from almost every academic discipline. 

Students are encouraged to pursue a broad, yet rigorous liberal arts education in areas of study that develop:

  • research and writing skills
  • analytic/problem solving skills
  • critical reading abilities
  • oral communication/ listening abilities

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