College of Natural and Health Sciences
The Graduate Interdisciplinary Degree Program Master of Arts: Science Education Emphasis is tailored for practicing teachers. It is delivered either online or in-person.
The in-person experience is offered as a fully funded fellowship in partnership with the Walking Mountains Science Center (see below).
The online program makes it flexible and convenient to attend around your schedule. Practicing teachers can obtain the degree in 2 years. The goal of this master's program is to enhance the science and pedagogical knowledge of professional science teachers in the K-12 environment.
Walking Mountains Science Center - Fellowship
Walking Mountains Science Center offers a two-year, full-time graduate fellowship that focuses on K-12 field science education and leadership. Fellows earn a Masters Degree in Science Education from UNC while working in beautiful Avon, Colorado.
There is NO TUITION for those accepted into the program. Students teach full-time while taking their coursework. The program provides free housing and covers all tuition and associated university costs. Students teach the center's K-8 field science programs while taking their coursework. Courses are partly online and in-person.
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