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Center for Science and Mathematics Education

Why choose a graduate degree in Science Education?

In the Center for Science and Mathematics Education, secondary and postsecondary educators will increase their content and pedagogical knowledge as well as further their careers by earning a graduate degree that is firmly based in the sciences and research-based pedagogy. The M.S. program provides the course work necessary to meet standards for advanced secondary teaching certification, to teach at the postsecondary level, or to work as an informal educator. The Ph.D. program provides the course work and experiences to make career advancements, become university professors, and conduct research in formal and/or informal science education.

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Our Programs


STEM Speaker Series 2020

Join us for our next Speaker Series presentations from 12:15 p.m.- 1 p.m.:

  • April 7, 2020 | Ms. Lindsey Clark | Mathematics Cognition & Early Childhood
  • April 21, 2020 | Dr. Diana Bernstein | Climate Science




from around the world have obtained their graduate degrees in Science Education since 1964.


sponsors the Region I Upper and Lower Science Fairs for 23 South Mississippi counties.


sponsors the Mississippi Science Olympiad State Tournament for the winning teams from three Regionals.