Science Teaching, MA
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Science Teaching, Master of Arts
The Master of Arts in Science Teaching degree (MAST), offered by the Center for Science Teaching and Learning, is a rigorous program designed for practicing teachers. Through this program you will deepen your knowledge of content and enhance classroom practice through a focus on research-based teaching strategies that make science accessible to all learners.
The program is unique in that it focuses solely on science education, allowing you to be part of a supportive cohort of high-achieving science teachers taught by faculty who specialize and conduct research in science education. Our cutting-edge, high-quality program will utilize your professional experiences and build upon your content knowledge so you can become a highly effective secondary teacher and leader.
Please note: This academic plan does not result in K-12 public-school teacher certification.
|Minimum units for completion||30|
|Additional admissions requirements||Admission requirements above admission to NAU are required.|
|Thesis||Thesis may be required by chosen emphasis or offered as an option.|
|Oral defense||Oral defense is required.|
|Research||Individualized research may be required by chosen emphasis or offered as an option.|
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