Science Education M.A.T.
Participants in the Science Education program must choose an area of concentration. Available areas are: broad field science, biology, chemistry, earth science and physics.
Dr. Ollie Manley
|Entrance Test||Undergraduate GPA||Recommendation Letters||Other Supporting Materials|
|GRE and GACE Program Admissions Test||2.50 with completed undergraduate degree||2 letters||goals statement, resume|
In addition to the basic requirements the following is required for the M.A.T. in Science Education program:
Undergraduate degree in science, biology, chemistry, physics or engineering. Coursework must have included 24 hours of upper division courses in Science.
1. All content courses recommended for the students by MSE and Arts and Sciences faculty upon the students’ admission to the program;
2. Students must complete EXC 4020 Characteristics and Instructional Strategies for Students with Disabilities (3) or its equivalent to be eligible for recommendation for certification in addition to the program of study requirements;
3. EPY 7080 The Psychology of Learning and Learners (3)
4. EDCI 6600 Introduction to Secondary Teaching (3), EDCI 7660 Practicum I (3), EDCI 7670 Practicum II (3), EDCI 7680 Practicum III (3), EDSC 6550 Principles of Science Instruction (3), EDSC 7550 Theory and Pedagogy of Science Instruction (3)
5. Successful presentation of a professional portfolio.
- TEEMS Science Education Program of Study Worksheet
- For additional program information contact the initial TEEMS adviser at (404) 413-8393 or email TEEMS@gsu.edu.
- For information about our GSU/TFA Collaborative Program please see http://coe.gsu.edu/tfa.
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