Jun 28, 2022  
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education, Online, M.Ed.


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The M.Ed. major in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education Online Program is designed for teachers who already hold a clear, renewable certificate in middle level education, science, or mathematics, at the middle or secondary levels. This program will provide students with an opportunity to expand their knowledge of science, mathematics, and computer science content that will aid in implementing standards-based curricula. It will introduce students to an integrated curriculum as it relates to teaching in middle and secondary contexts. Students will be able to

  • Demonstrate proficiency in standards-based curriculum with content across STEM disciplines.
  • Deepen their understanding of learners from diverse backgrounds by exploring issues of equity in the STEM classroom.
  • Engage in advanced content courses to strengthen STEM content knowledge and broaden pedagogical practices.
  • Expand knowledge in content areas and engage in action research through a capstone project.

The ultimate goal of the program is to engage teachers in advanced courses that will strengthen their scientific, mathematical, and technological content and broaden their pedagogical practices. In general, the Program of Study is framed by the principles and standards of the Next Generation Science Standards and the core propositions of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.

Program Academic Regulations

Completion of STEM 7080  , STEM 7910  , and STEM 8430   will qualify candidates for a STEM Endorsement at the level of the base certificate.

Students must complete a capstone project/portfolio as an exit requirement.

Degree Requirements


Professional Studies (9 Hours)


Teaching Field/Major (27 Hours)


Choose One Concentration (15 Hours)


Computer Science Concentration

Addition of LT 7500   will qualify candidates for a Computer Science Endorsement at the level of the base certificate. 

Program Total: Minimum of 36 Semester Hours


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