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Master of Science in Teaching (MST) Program

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Academic Level:
Graduate Students (Masters)

The Master of Science in Teaching (MST) program is designed for: recent graduates from science and mathematics and engineering programs who want to prepare for a career in secondary science or mathematics teaching; in-service teachers desiring a Master's degree; and scientists, mathematicians, engineers, and those in related fields wishing to make career changes into STEM teaching. A content-rich, research-based program for current and future science and mathematics teachers, the MST features: 1) the integration of content with research-based pedagogies and curricula and 2) thesis projects in science and mathematics education research. Financial support is available: teaching and research assistantships, including stipends and tuition waivers, are available for students accepted for full-time MST study.

Participating Institution(s):
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University of Maine (Lead)

Program Materials:
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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
Astronomy & Astrophysics
General Earth & Agriculture Sciences

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Page last updated 1/24/2017
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