Learn to teach science!

The College of Education’s Master of Science in Science and Mathematics Education and the Ph.D. in Mathematics or Science Education programs would like to offer financial assistance to qualified and dedicated graduate students in the form of tuition remission. Qualifications for funding are graduates students from:

  • Historically underrepresented populations
  • Who have a disposition to work or research issues within diverse communities
  • Have outstanding academic achievement in undergraduate or graduate work. 

Students interested in applying please review the application and eligibility information.

Scholarship applications for the 2017-2018 academic year tuition remission must be received by March 30, 2017.

For questions about this exciting opportunity, please contact the College of Education