MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCE

The School of Mathematics and Sciences offers the Master of Science degree in Multidisciplinary Science. The degree is a 36- credit hour multidisciplinary program designed especially for teachers. It requires a minimum of 12 hours in each of two areas, but no more that 24 hours in any one area. The areas are: Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Physics, Environmental Science, and Math. If one area is Biology or Math, the other may be the combined area "Physical Science", which may include Geology, Chemistry, and/or Physics courses. The nature of the degree provides students the flexibility to do research in one of the sciences and receive up to six semester credit hours for this research.