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If you have a knack for mathematics and physics and a passion for passing on knowledge, consider a Physics & Mathematics Education major. Math and science classes will give you a deep understanding of mathematics and advanced physics, while education classes will train you to make those subjects accessible to your own students who may not have a natural inclination for them. Additionally, you will learn essential classroom skills, such as classroom management and discipline, assessment methods, and lesson planning based on your students’ age group.
The Physics and Mathematics Education curriculum will build an interdisciplinary knowledge that will allow our students to become math or physics teachers for grades 5-12 or pursue entry-level physics or mathematics careers.
Education majors spend a full semester of their senior year teaching real students locally or internationally. Each Education student teaches at two different schools, preparing you to manage your own classroom after graduation.
Students interested in course descriptions and academic policies can check out our Undergraduate Catalog.
A Taylor liberal arts education will prepare you to live and work in a fast-changing world. It also goes a step further: laying a strong spiritual foundation that cultivates wisdom. You’ll become a well-versed individual, equipped with critical thinking skills, a lifelong love of learning, and an appreciation for God’s creation.
Jun 10, 2021
The education Taylor students receive is never limited to the classroom. Here’s how Business students had the chance to grow Taylor’s endowment fund.Read Article
Sep 08, 2020
Megan Hyun ’10 was commended by her department at University of Nebraska Medical Center with the Medical Physics Teacher of the Year award.Read Article
Apr 01, 2019
Taylor University’s Engineering and Physics Department will host its first annual 80/20 Inc. (Industrial Erector Set) building contest, demonstration, and ice cream social, on April 2, 2019, 3-5 pm, in the Euler Science Complex.Read Article