Masters in Science Teaching Program

Overview

The Florida State University College of Arts and Sciences offers a masters degree for students seeking a career path in teaching. This program, the Masters in Science Teaching (MST) program, is organized into two tracks based on the level at which its students want to teach: (1) Secondary-School (grades 6-12) or (2) Community College. Both major tracks build on a strong partnership between the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Education to provide the best experiences for students in the content (science) and teaching (education) areas. Further, both offer students extensive classroom teaching experience to prepare them for the real-world of science teaching.

For more information or to schedule an advising appointment, contact the MST program director at 850-644-1142.

Masters in Science Teaching - Grades 6-12 Teaching

Masters in Science Teaching - Community College Teaching

Admissions Requirements and Applications


Useful Links

Florida DOE

Student Teaching Handbook

Chalk and Wire

OASIS

Information from the Graduate School