Master of Arts, Science Education (Secondary Chemistry)
Our online chemistry master’s degree will help you reach students in new ways. The M.A. in Science Education (Secondary Chemistry) with its specialization in chemistry prepares you to teach high school chemistry. You will become a highly qualified high school chemistry teacher trained in advanced chemistry and science teaching methods.
The M.A. in Science Education, Chemistry program prepares a student to receive a Chemistry 9-12 certification in the state of Missouri. Click here for additional details about Missouri licensure requirements.
Who the Program is For:
- Licensed teachers with a bachelor’s degree who wish to earn a certification in chemistry as well as a master’s degree.
- Individuals who can typically spend 15 or more hours per week on their studies.
This program will be flexible and adaptable to your schedule. Click here to learn how this program works.
What You'll Learn
Essential Knowledge and Skills
We developed our online chemistry education program with significant input from experts and educational leaders who serve on our Education Program Council. You’ll become an expert in all areas of study required to earn your Master of Arts in Science Education (Secondary Chemistry). The program requires a total of 34 competency units (CUs), our equivalent to the traditional credit hour. The M.A. in Science Education (Secondary Chemistry) is nationally recognized by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA).
Key Subject Areas
These Courses Add to Your Credentials
General Science Content
Home Science Lab
This program also includes a home science lab. The self-contained laboratory kit includes the lab manual, science equipment, specimens, supplies, and chemicals necessary to complete college lab experiments at home.
Teacher Performance Assessment
This master's degree program culminates with a Teacher Performance Assessment, which contains a comprehensive, original, research-based curriculum unit designed to meet an identified educational need. It provides direct evidence of the student's ability to design and implement a multi-week, standards-based unit of instruction, assess student learning, and then reflect on the learning process.