New Mexico Tech offers an accredited MS degree in Science Teaching. Further, Teachers seeking professional development can take courses in this program a la carte, without the degree program. The program focuses on science content in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and Engineering fields. Many courses are taught by New Mexico Tech professors in small-class settings. Most courses have significant hands-on components. While tuition is very reasonable, almost all students can receive full tuition scholarships and lodging assistance. Increase your confidence -- refresh or upgrade your science knowledge. Go to our web-site and click "Courses" to see individual syllabi, Check out our program!
The Master of Science Teaching (MST) Program at New Mexico Tech was initiated in 1969 at the urging of then Governor of New Mexico, Jack Campbell. Governor Campbell recognized a serious need to improve precollege science and mathematics instruction in the state. He suggested a summer program of graduate level science and mathematics courses for high school teachers. NMT was approached for the program because of its recognized leadership in the fields of science and technology.
George Becker is the current coordinator for this program. He can be reached at 575-835-5470 or email@example.com. This listing was submitted by Prof. Richard Sonnenfeld, one of the instructors in this program.