Science Education (MEd)

Degree: Masters Degrees

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For experienced teachers already holding T-4 certification, the M.Ed. is a professional degree designed primarily to enhance the student's knowledge and skills in both science content and science teaching. It consists of 36 semester hours (normally 12 courses) of graduate credit, plus a capstone requirement of a Professional Portfolio designed to demonstrate the student's advanced-level mastery of the knowledge and skills established by the National Science Teachers Association. Although the program may be pursued on a full-time basis, all required courses are scheduled during weekday evening hours during the academic year or weekday hours during the summer, in order to accommodate the schedule of the great majority of students who pursue this degree part-time while continuing to hold a full-time teaching job.

School/College

College of Education
Aderhold Hall
Athens, GA 30602-7101
Phone: 706/542-6446

Academic Department

Mathematics and Science Education
212 Aderhold Hall
Athens, GA 30602-7124
Phone: 706/542-4194

Contacts

Graduate Coordinator

Andrew Izsak

706/542-4194

Recognized as a national research leader in the fields of mathematics and science education, this department combines the expertise of its internationally known faculty with the energy and innovation of its rising young scholars. The Science Education Program is committed to improving science curriculum and instruction at all levels, preschool through college and beyond. The program is determined to expand knowledge of teaching and learning, to disseminate this knowledge and to put existing knowledge to use in various educational settings.

Degree

Code

Course Descriptions

MEd

740

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