Education

Science in Education

Online Master of Education (M.Ed.): Professional Licensure or Non-Licensure

Expand your teaching skills in STEM.

Deepen your understanding of science with Lesley University’s online master’s in science education. Our hands-on, interactive program allows you to engage in scientific investigations and engineering problems while you develop your content, knowledge, teaching skills, and assessment strategies. You’ll learn how to apply what you learn to your current classroom, bringing new skills and approaches that improve content delivery and help your students succeed.

You can take this program for Massachusetts Professional Teacher Licensure (Elementary 1-6 or General Science 5-8) or as a non-licensure program.

This program features a curriculum that combines a comprehensive survey of science content with strategies for assessment, retention, equitable learning, and more. With coursework grounded in the latest educational theory, you’ll study topics like:

  • Physical science
  • STEM
  • Life science
  • Earth and space
  • Research
  • Mechanics

You can also choose relevant electives that help you specialize your learning in areas like green chemistry, robotics, and sustainable engineering, so you’ll get experience that prepares you for the 21st-century classroom. When you take a hands-on, inquiry-based approach to teaching elementary and middle school science, you can broaden the minds of your students and motivate them to achieve.

Request Information

Program Structure

100% Online

33 Credits, Accelerated 8-week Terms
Request Information
What are the benefits of earning a degree online?

Because this program is offered in a convenient online format, you have the flexibility to study when and where you want. You’ll learn in a virtual community that supports you, with interactive elements like chats and discussion forums that keep you connected. With access to the latest online learning tools and educational resources, you can be sure you’re getting everything a Lesley education has to offer.

Licensure Information

Lesley University cannot confirm whether the course or program of study will meet the educational requirements for licensure or certification in any state other than Massachusetts. We advise all applicants and students to determine whether the program meets requirements for licensure or certification in the state in which they reside or plan to practice.

$60,483
National average salary for teachers.
Graduates with master's degrees in education enjoy excellent employment opportunities, with average salaries of over $60,000 a year according to the National Education Association.
The degree employers are looking for.
Lesley graduates go on to rewarding careers in public and private schools, charter schools, and beyond. That's because our programs are ranked #1 for preparing teachers with the skills Massachusetts employers are seeking, including:
Graduate Science and Mathematics Education Programs

Faculty

Total approximate cost for this master's degree program. Tuition and fees are for the 2018–2019 academic year.
Science in Education
  • Tuition
    $650/credit x 33
    $21,450
  • Fees
    Technology Fees
    $330
    Registration Fees
    $220
    Map ePortfolio Fee
    $150
    Degree Completion Fee
    $75
  • Total
Estimated Cost

Review all graduate tuition and fees, and what they cover.

Tuition and fees are subject to change each year, effective June 1.

Apply Now

Ready to get started? We're here to make the application process as smooth as possible. Just answer a few quick questions, and get your customized application guide.

Your degree is an investment, and we're committed to ensuring its value. That's why we offer the best teacher education in Massachusetts, at competitive tuition rates.
We are committed to providing you with opportunities to support your academic goals. Federal aid and a variety of other options can help make your education more affordable.

Next steps to apply

Ready to get started? We're here to make the application process as smooth as possible. Just answer a few quick questions, and get your customized application guide.