About the Multidisciplinary Science Master’s Program
The 36-semester-hour interdisciplinary program leading to a Master of Science degree with a major in multidisciplinary science is administered by the College of Education with faculty and courses drawn from participating units throughout the university. The program has two concentrations, one for secondary science teachers or K-8 teachers with a strong science background and another for middle-level science and math teachers.
NOTE: This program is currently not accepting any new students.
The program requires completion of a core of nine courses: