The National Teachers Enhancement Network (NTEN) offers online, graduate-level science courses from a world-class public research university. NTEN was one of the first online professional development programs for K-12 teachers, and has offered courses since 1993. NTEN is a program of Extended University at Montana State University and was created with funding from the National Science Foundation. More >>>
- Nov - Feb, Spring registration open while seats last
- Apr 15, Deadline for applications for summer 2014 admission to the online Graduate Certificate in Science Teaching program
Earn a Graduate Certificate in Science Teaching online in either Chemistry, Earth Science, Elementary School Science, Life Science, or Physics from Montana State University.
Discount for NSTA Members! Members of the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) receive a 10% discount on select courses.
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PHSX 514-801: Comparative Planetology: Establishing a Virtual Presence in the Solar System Is there ice on Mercury? Why isn't Pluto a planet? As viewed by the modern astronomer, the Solar System includes more than 100 diverse worlds interacting as a dynamic system. This online course for K-12 More >>>
LRES 591-801: Water Quality in the Classroom: A Characterization of the Science and Issues Today's science teacher faces challenges and issues which were just beginning to gain attention 10, 15, or 20 years ago. And, teaching today's science requires both an integrated background and approach More >>>
PHSX 511-850: Astronomy for SOFIA Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors Astronomy has long been a subject that captures the imagination of young students and provides a framework for teaching many kinds of science. This course, specially designed for NASA’s SOFIA Airborne More >>>