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A. Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Science

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Degree Outline
Spring 2010

Graduate School Application

Please use the following link to apply for the MAIS program online. When you reach the “Select Major” section of the online application, please click on the “select major” dropdown menu, scroll down to the heading “Graduate Science Programs” then find and click on one of the following:

     Interdisciplinary Science, M.A.  (If you have taken the GRE and are seeking unconditional admission to the program)

     Interdisciplinary Science, Non-Degree Seeking   (If you have not taken the GRE and are seeking admission as a "Special Student"*)

Online Application Online Application

* Admission as a Special Student will allow you to take three graduate courses. So long as your gpa is 3.0 or above in those three courses, the GRE requirement for unconditional admission will be waived. Once you have completed your third course, you must submit a Change of Program Form:

Change of Program Form

B. Master of Arts in Mathematics Teaching

Program Description

C. Participant Comments

D. Graduate Certificates for Science and Math Teachers

The College of Science along with each Department have created a series of Graduate Certificate Programs in Science and Mathematics Education.  The purpose of these certificate programs is to provide teaching professionals with graduate instruction as a means of maintaining and promoting their professional development.  The certificate provides a post-baccalaureate educational opportunity to teachers that is narrower in scope, and shorter in duration, than its associated graduate degree program. 

Biology Education
Chemistry Education
Environmental Science
Geology Education
Mathematics Education
Physics Education

E. Teacher Resource Center

F. National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program

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