hello all. I am high science teacher. I've been teaching advanced science (including physics) classes for almost 25 years. I am retiring after next year and am looking to some sort of part-time career after retirement. To that end ... I would like to teach introductory physics classes at the junior or community college level. My problem is this ... I have a BS in Geology and an MS in Science Education. I obtained my teaching certificate for physics via undergrad courses and several online courses. Will I need a minimum of an MS in Physics to teach at the level I'm looking at? And if so ... will I need to go back to university in order to attain it? If so, I'm probably not going to be able to do that ... I'm not interested in 36 hours of advanced math and physics (plus all the BS that goes with applying, being accepted and enrolling into a program etc etc) to teach classes less rigorous than what I've already been teaching ... I know that may sound a bit arrogant, but I've taught a college level biology class for years at a local juco that was much less rigorous than the AP Biology class I was also teaching. I can't imagine physics being much different. thanks for any advice/suggestions!