Chemistry Education Graduate Program

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Revamp your teaching

Go beyond the lesson plans and labs: Master chemistry and how you teach it.

Have more options for your career and new ways to educate your classroom.

Why earn a master's in chemistry education from Missouri State?

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  • Grow and develop – Gain a better understanding of how science and education relate. Become a better, all-around teacher.
  • Teach dual credit – This degree will qualify you to teach dual credit courses in chemistry.
  • Join the next generation of educators – Missouri State is a top choice for current and future teachers.
  • Customize your degree – In this program, you can pick most of your courses (and research project). Pick the topics that support your goals.
Teaching certification

Not certified yet?

This program is designed for teachers who already have certification to teach secondary education. If you’re not certified, MSU can guide you on the right path.

Careers and outcomes: Teach chemistry and more

Your degree will sharpen your teaching style and content expertise. You should also receive a boost in pay.

And if you want to go beyond the usual secondary education settings (high school/middle school), you’ll have the skill-set to make that jump.

Your other career options include:

  • College teaching
  • Government
  • Health care
  • Industrial labs
  • Public relations
  • Research

Review admission and program requirements