Designed for high school certified teachers, the three-year program is your stepping stone toward teaching science through inquiry. As a Bradley graduate student with courses online and residencies on campus, you’ll have plenty of opportunities for practical, hands-on research and experience.
Graduate Admission Requirements
Learn more about graduate admission standards and application requirements on our Requirements page.
MST 612: Introduction to Teacher Leadership - 1 hr.
MST 615: Introduction to the Interdisciplinary Nature of ENS - 3 hrs.
MST 616: The Mathematics of Environmental Science - 3 hrs.
MST 620: Topics in Investigative Math, Science, & Technology For Educators II: Evolution - 3 hrs. OR
MST 621 - Investigative Math, Science, & Tech. for Educators: Environmental Science - 3 hrs. OR
MST 629 - Investigative Math, Science, & Tech. for Educators: Special Topics - 3 hrs.
MST 650: Inquiry Based Curriculum Development and Analysis - 3 hrs.
MST 661: Directed Research in ENS - 1 hr.
MST 662: Research in ENS - 2 hrs.
MST 665: Environmental Systems A - 2 hrs.
MST 666: Environmental Systems B - 2 hrs.
MST 670: Action Research: Methods and Practice - 1 hr.
MST 680: Nature of Inquiry and Innovation - 3 hrs.
MST 681: Advanced Teacher Leadership - 2 hrs.
MST 685: STEM Education Project - 3 hrs. OR
MST 686: ENS Research Project - 3 hrs.
Elective Courses (choose three) - 6-8 hrs.
MST 635: The Science of Global Climate Change - 2-3 hrs.
MST 637: Scientific Myths and Misconceptions - 2-3 hrs.
MST 640: Water: The Human Perspective - 2 hrs.
MST 641: Nanotechnology in the 21st Century - 2 hrs.
Program Admission Requirements
You must be a certified, secondary science teacher or a certified teacher who has successfully completed at least 18 hours of coursework in at least two different science content areas; you must pass a mathematics placement exam demonstrating proficiency in college-level algebra and precalculus skills. See the graduate catalog (hyperlinked) for further details.