MAT: Science Grant Funding
The Division of Science at Minot State University has obtained a grant* to fund professional development opportunites/graduate coursework for K-12 science teachers. With this grant, science instruction in the state of North Dakota can be improved by improving the preparation of science teachers and increasing student achievement.
The grant-funded program* consists of two-week summer graduate courses offered through Minot State University. These courses are graded graduate courses can be applied to graduate degree programs in teaching. The courses geared are for K-12 science teachers. Enrollment is limited to 15 teachers per course.
For North Dakota teachers, the grant pays tuition and fee scholarships, books, room (if staying on-campus), travel, and associated follow-up activities. The only cost for teachers is a one-time $35 registration fee.
In order to take any of these graduate courses (other than SCI 500 workshops), students apply as either a non-degree-seeking or degree-seeking student.Graduate School application forms are available at the Graduate School Website, and registration instructions are here.
*Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Title II, Part B, Math and Science Partnership Grant from the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction