LTU has upgraded the MSE Program to comply with the Integrated Science DI Endorsement standards. The second track in the MSE Program (MSE with DI) requires 36 credit hours for completion.
Take your lessons beyond the blackboard and really spark imagination! Whether you teach elementary, middle, or high school, a graduate degree can give you the tools to help you inspire your students while helping you advance your career.
The Master of Science Education program is designed for individuals who wish to strengthen competencies in the teaching of elementary school through high school and who may also want to renew their provisional certificates of teaching, to obtain professional certificates and/or science endorsement from the Michigan State Board of Education (through Aquinas College and UD Mercy). Instruction emphasizes active participation by students and interaction with the instructor and fellow students. Classes teach content while modeling the methods of teaching and learning that should be used in K-12 science classrooms. Participants in the Science Education program learn science content and concepts by means of experiences, discussion, and writing-the same processes from which their own students will be expected to learn.
"The MSE program at Lawrence Tech is an exciting and rewarding experience - not only because of the new knowledge and skills I have acquired, but also because of the wonderful people I have met through the program."
- Betty Crowder, science consultant, Rochester Community Schools; special lecturer, Oakland University; and President, Michigan Science Teachers Association