About the Program:
The Master of Science in Multidisciplinary Science (MSCI) is a graduate degree program in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction. The MSCI degree is designed to meet the professional needs of middle and secondary school science teachers and elementary teachers with a strong science background by expanding their science and math content knowledge.
-Amanda Potter, High School Chemistry
Program of study
Consider the benefits of Texas Tech University's Master of Science in Multidisciplinary science degree:
- Science and Mathematics courses are taught by committed scientists experienced in teaching teachers.
- Graduate-Level content science and math courses are designed to enhance the content knowledge of teachers
- Upon sucessful completion of the program, teachers are better prepared to pass the Composite Science Certification Examination. Currently, there is a 100% passing rate for MSCI students who have taken the test.
- Upon sucessful completion of the program, teachers are better equipped to provide a broad-based science background to students, leading to greater learning and improved test scores