Science Education master’s degree program to begin Summer 2013
The University of Northern Iowa’s Continuing and Distance Education is accepting applications for a cohort degree program leading to a Master of Arts in Science Education scheduled to begin in Summer 2013. This program integrates theory, application and content, allowing teachers to update pedagogy as well as add endorsement areas to their teaching licenses. Learn how to teach science in a way that helps students to construct their knowledge within an inquiry framework. The “Techniques” courses feature different aspects of the Iowa Core Curriculum.
The degree can be completed over a two-to three-year period using a cohort model in which students study with the same group of learners for the duration of the program. Courses in this program are delivered at a distance via interactive video conferencing methods during fall and spring semesters. Summer sessions may include in-person instruction on the UNI campus. Select courses and coursework are offered online using eLearning, a Blackboard learning management system requiring Internet access and a web browser.
Learn more about the Summer 2013 Science Education master’s degree program. For more information and additional offerings through Continuing and Distance Education at the University of Northern Iowa call 319-273-5970 or 800-772-1746.