Ed.M. Graduate Program

Explore the methods and outlook of science as they intersect with public culture and public policy. Understand the elements of scientific literacy. Earn the new Master's Degree (Ed.M.) in Science and the Public, a cooperative initiative of the University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education and the Center for Inquiry.

This unique two-year degree, available completely online, is ideal for students preparing for careers in research, science education, public policy, and science journalism, as well as further study in sociology, history and philosophy of science, science communication, education, or public administration.

The Science and the Public Ed.M. graduate program at the State University of New York at Buffalo is now accepting applications. For information on how to apply, please visit the Graduate School of Education website.

Center for Inquiry

The Center for Inquiry Transnational is an interdisciplinary research center in Amherst, New York. CFI's educational and research activities are directed by John Shook, Provost and Senior Research Fellow, and by David Triggle, President of the CFI Institute. CFI's program Science and the Public is offered in collaboration with the State University of New York at Buffalo to advance research and education concerning the public understanding of science and its intersections with public policy, culture, and values.

University at Buffalo

The University at Buffalo is the largest research university in the State University of New York system. SUNY-Buffalo’s professional schools share a research-intensive orientation with their counterpart faculty in its College of Arts and Sciences, and the university vigorously encourages and facilitates cross-disciplinary research work.