Prospective master’s students that the GISE aims to recruit are those who have obtained a bachelor’s degree. There are two ways to apply for the program. One is through recommendation and screening, and the other is through a general admission process. The former includes a review of application documents and an oral test; the latter requires taking a written examination. Once admitted, the students will be able to enroll in science education specialized courses, including (1) Science and Society, (2) Cognition and Science Learning, (3) Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment, and (4) Digital Learning. In order to help the students obtain thorough knowledge in science education research area, the students are required to take research methodology courses offered by the institute as well as science courses offered by the College of Science. According to the program requirements, the students can apply for the graduate degree exam upon a successful presentation of thesis proposal. The goal of this comprehensive design of the program requirements is to develop the student’s professional knowledge and competencies in excellent science teaching, foster the student’s science teaching in elementary, secondary, and vocational schools, as well as cultivate the student’s interdisciplinary understanding to meet the need of talents in education fields. Our alumni who completed the master’s program typically work in elementary or secondary schools and public or private organizations. They can also choose to pursue a higher degree.