Our master's program in science and the public focuses on preparing you to engage in public activities and debates related to science, promote science literacy and understanding in the public at large, and promote scholarship in science and humanism, science and public policy, and science in the political, religious and secular environments. Our program is a cooperative initiative between the UB Graduate School of Education and the Center for Inquiry.
The features of our program include:
|Academic credential granted||Master of Education|
|Credits required for completion||30|
|Time to completion||3 full-time semesters|
|Careers||Work in organizations such as:
|Application deadline||Feb. 1 (spring preferred deadline)
Nov. 1 (fall preferred deadline)
After preferred deadlines have passed, admission is rolling (rolling admission only applies to domestic students).
You must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, an adequate science background (i.e., at least three undergraduate level science courses).
Submit your completed online application, which includes:
Former/Maiden Name: Please provide us with your former/maiden name if you have one. When requesting transcripts, please ask the sending institution to indicate your current name and former/maiden name.
Admissions Decision: The admissions decision will be
communicated to you as soon as review is complete. The decision is
based on a number of factors and is the result of a thorough and
deliberate process. All decisions are final and cannot be
All financial forms and supporting documentation with required signatures must be uploaded with your application, and must be dated within one year of your intended enrollment date.