What will you learn in the MS Ed. physics education?

As a practicing teacher, you will increase your understanding of effective pedagogies and application in the classroom at the middle school and high school levels while deepening your understanding of light, time, motion, and energy. 

Why pursue a master’s degree in physics education at Missouri State?

  • Missouri State University’s College of Education is a highly accredited unit, where you will learn effective teaching methods as you focus on diving deeper into your understanding of physics. This program will extend knowledge of your existing certification.
  • You will have an opportunity to choose course work and develop research projects that will meet your specific educational and professional needs.
  • If you choose to pursue a teaching assistantship, you will be able to teach at the college level, which will provide you with work experience for your résumé.

If you are interested in pursuing a Master of Science in Education with an emphasis in physics, contact Dr. Evan Frodermann, program coordinator, at 417-836-4912 or email Dr. Evan Frodermann.


Careers and Outcomes

With a master’s degree in physics education, you can pursue a career in administration, project management and more!


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