Master of Science in Science Education
Offering Innovative Online and Campus-based Graduate Courses for Science Educators
The Master of Science in Science Education (MSSE) program offers unique online and campus-based courses in all science disciplines designed for traditional and informal science educators. Courses may be taken for professional development or to earn a graduate degree.
Why choose MSU?
Montana State University is a public land-grant institution and Montana’s largest university. MSU is home to exceptional faculty and students who contribute to over $100 million in research expenditures, with a large portion being STEM-related. Multiple departments run research and community outreach through National Science Foundation (NSF) grants and the university is committed to community engagement and improving student beliefs regarding the learning of science. As an MSSE student and through your Capstone Research Project, you will directly contribute to the vast efforts both in Montana and around the globe to make science a critical part of a student’s education at every level.
MSSE Degree at a Glance
- Online (Fall, Spring, Summer)
- Field/Lab, Capstone (summer)
- 30 Credits
- $283 per credit - MT Resident
- $382 per credit - Non-Resident
- 2 to 3 Years
- Master of Science in Science Education