M.Ed. Natural Science Education
The Master of Education degrees program in Natural Sciences provides graduate training to students who have acquired a bachelor’s degree. This program expands your knowledge in biological sciences, chemistry, and physics, and immerse you in coursework related to classroom management and the psychology of learning.
Completion of a minimum of 20 undergraduate semester hours in one area of the Natural Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, or Physics) and a minimum of 20 undergraduate semester hours in one or a combination of the other three natural science areas are the pre-requirements for acceptance into this program.
M.Ed. Biomedical Sciences and Microbiology
The Master of Education in Biomedical Sciences & Microbiology is designed to provide graduate training to students who have acquired a bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences, Microbiology, Chemistry, Health Sciences or related fields. This program enhances the scientific and professional preparation of students aspiring to a career in the health professions or a related field requiring graduate level biomedical sciences and microbiology training.