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Focusing on science in education

Trinity’s science minor and science education minor prepares future compassionate and inspiring educators with a science focus. Students will go in-depth in all the science disciplines, with courses taught from the Christian perspective. While earning a degree in science education, students will deepen their understanding of social and environmental justice issues, care for creation, and wonder at the order of the universe—and they will be prepared to pass this on to future students.

A science or science in education degree from Trinity prepares graduates to teach science at the primary or secondary level, sharing their knowledge and passion for science with young learners. These minor programs are a perfect complement to Trinity’s other science degree programs, including Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Whatever discipline you are most passionate about, earning a science minor can help enhance your understanding and knowledge.

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Studying the sciences at Trinity Christian College will expand your understanding of creation and the Creator. And a minor in science will augment a range of careers.

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Science Education Minor

With a minor in science education, you will be able to share your beliefs and knowledge with the next generation of potential scientists.

Department Chair

Robert Boomsma

Professor of Biology; Chair of Sciences
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Dr. Bob Boomsma ’77 has a desire to understand how the anatomical/structural aspects of animals and cells work with the functional/biochemical aspects. “I find the process of scientific discovery very enjoyable, as the limits of our understanding of the natural world continue to be pushed.”