Ph.D. Science Education, M.S. Science Education; Ed.S. Science Education
The master's program for undergraduate science majors includes advanced graduate training in a science field in addition to courses designed to develop and improve teaching skills. One program offers graduate work in science while also providing the necessary course requirements for state certification of secondary school teachers. A second program is designed for those not wishing to teach in a secondary school and does not lead to certification.
A special master's degree program that meets specific State Department of Education guidelines for the"Masters' Fellowship Loan Program for Teachers" is also offered. The program includes student teaching and other requirements for certification.
The primary emphasis of the Educational Specialist degree is placed on the development of specific competencies needed in science education.
The Doctor of Philosophy in Science Education provides increased competence in various science areas, science education, and research.
Florida Institute of Technology is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
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