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Seminars on Science from the American Museum of Natural History
Since 2000, Seminars on Science has engaged thousands of educators around the world in cutting-edge research and provided them with powerful classroom resources.
The program offers twelve online graduate courses in the life, Earth, and physical sciences. Each course is rich in essays, images, videos, interactive simulations and vibrant discussions that connect learners to the Museum's scientists, laboratories, expeditions and specimens. Graduate credit is available for all courses through partnerships with eight colleges and universities.
More About Framingham State University
Located on 73 acres off Route 9, Framingham State University changed its name from Framingham State College in 2010. The four-year co-educational, public university offers both undergraduate and graduate programs. Degrees offered include: BA, BS, BSEd, MA, MS, MEd, MBA and MSN. Students may major in 25 undergraduate programs and there are 24 graduate programs.
The University currently maintains 3,800 undergrad students and almost 2,150 graduate students. About 14 percent of the students are minority. More than 90 percent of the students are from Massachusetts.
Known as the Rams, the University's colors are black and gold.
Framingham State University also has a graduate and continuing education division offering certificate programs.