Biology M.S. (Non-Thesis for Educators) (Purdue degree)Offered by: Biology Department The Master of Science program in Biology, which awards a Purdue University degree, requires 30 credit hours of study beyond the baccalaureate level.
Why Choose This Program?
This Non-Thesis M.S. degree program serves the needs of Indiana high school biology teachers, combining 12 credit hours of Transition to Teaching (T2T) program with 18 credit hours of graduate biology courses. Students will obtain a M.S. in Biology and obtain necessary coursework that will allow them to teach Advanced Placement or Dual Credit courses in Indiana high schools. This program is ideally suited for students who completed undergraduate studies in biological sciences and would like to become high school biology teachers or current teachers wishing to enhance their credentials.
IUPUI consistently maintains strong national rankings and has been identified as an Up-and-Coming National University and a Most Innovative School by U.S. News and World Report and other organizations. Situated in the heart of Indianapolis, IUPUI is an urban research and life and health sciences institution near five hospitals and Indiana University medical and dental schools.
Biology graduate explored the world through science and researchJennifer Romine 2013 Alumna, B.S. Biology, M.D. Student, IU School of Medicine