Become a STEM Teacher
Preparing secondary teachers (grades 7-12) with a STEM education degree that will result in initial teacher licensure and certification in both math and science.
Including technology and engineering adds another level of experience and understanding to this degree - the ability to explore exciting, real-world applications in math and science curriculum.
Learn hands-on, classroom-tested, project-based methods of instruction focused specifically on STEM teaching and learning.
Experience field-based teaching opportunities. Students begin teaching their first semester in the program.
Access the real-world classroom experience from master teachers (former secondary STEM teachers).