Historical. Cultural. Biblical.
Social Studies Secondary Education
History. Culture. And a Christian worldview. Help mold tomorrow’s leaders with a better understanding of each, through a BS degree in social studies education, at NGU.
Tomorrow’s Leaders are Made Today
Dive deep into the lessons of history. Explore the diversity of cultures around the world. And view it all through a biblically-rooted Christian worldview.
Then, prepare to teach others to do the same. As a public or private school teacher, children’s ministry worker, or even missionary. Help today’s youth better understand their world – and the God who created it through a bachelor’s degree in social studies secondary education.
What Can I Do with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Studies Secondary Education?
With a bachelor’s degree in social studies for secondary education, you can pursue a rewarding career as a high school social studies teacher.
This degree prepares you to educate and inspire the next generation, imparting valuable knowledge in history, civics, geography, and more. You’ll play a crucial role in shaping young minds and fostering informed and engaged citizens.
Education Policy Analyst
High School Social Studies Teacher
Experience Learning as Both Student and Teacher
Teacher See, Teacher Do
Observe real-world teachers and students. Participate in actual classroom studies and discussions. Teach lessons in local public schools. Receive critical feedback from expert mentors in your field of study. It’s all part of your field placement experience through NGU.
Before you teach, you plan. Master the art of translating theory into practice as you create your own lesson plans. It’s the first step in transitioning from student to teacher.
Practice What You Teach
Study. Observe. Engage. Teach! Before you graduate, complete one full teaching semester in a South Carolina public school setting. Expand your experience outside the classroom as you complete demographic studies about your school, students, and surrounding community.
It’s a combination of hands-on experience and a big-picture view of education. All designed to prepare you for a successful teaching career.
History Beside Experienced & Faithful Historians
An All-Encompassing Approach to Social Studies
Elevate Your Perspective
You’ll also take Chapel for the first seven semesters, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.
Stories that Started Here
Jon Scott ’12
Even after graduation, my professors have continued to be great advisors and offer me sound advice.