Science in Education
The individualized program is designed for graduate students who are interested in coursework leading to a master of arts degree. Student's enrolled in this program must take the core courses 511, 512, 513, and either 514 or two graduate courses in the School of Education at Saint Xavier.
The graduate program in science education is a strand of the individualized program. This program is designed for junior of high school science teachers. Graduate students who complete the programs in science education may choose to continue their education toward a master of arts degree through completing the individualized program. Completing this program does not lead to any certification.
Sequence of Courses in Science include:
- EDGIP 520: Teaching Molecular Science Concepts
- EDGIP 521: Teaching Physical Science Concepts
- EDGIP 522: Teaching Ethical Issues in Science
- EDGIP 523: Alternative Energy Issues for the 21st Century
Additionally, candidates enrolled in this program must complete the following sequence of courses:
- EDGCI: Curriculum Integration of Educational Technology
- EDGCI 521: Principles of Curriculum and Instructional Methods
- EDGIP 550: Literacy in the Content Area