The Master's degree in Secondary Science Education prepares secondary science teachers to become science teaching specialists, science curriculum coordinators, student teacher supervisors, science department chairpersons, and doctoral students. School districts generally award salary increases to teachers holding master’s degrees, and master’s degrees are required for part-time teaching at the community college or university level.   

What are our graduates doing? 

In our first 8 cohorts, we have graduated nearly 200 people have earned master's degrees in science education. The following is a partial list of our graduates. 

Partial List - under development

Doctorates in Science/STEM Education

Directors of Science Education Museums  & Science Education Institutes

Science Website Stars

Science Department Chairs

Science District Specialists

STEM Magnet Developers, Principals, Directors

Product Developers


Teacher of the Year

Science Mentor Teachers - Mentoring Student Teachers