In-Depth Research. Real-World Experience.
Students in our graduate-level STEM programs gain invaluable skills that create recognized leaders in science-based education. Through an emphasis on research, grad students gain the experience they need to make a real impact in the world around them.
By providing a closely connected community of support and mentoring, program participants are uniquely equipped to succeed both academically and in research, positively influencing their future practice. We incorporate a variety of funded projects, scholarships and awards that allow students to undertake a wide breadth of research projects. Researchers are able to present their findings in academic settings and publish results with world-class scholars.
Need a mailing address?
Some recommendations must be submitted as a hard copy. Please direct these to:
Dr. Aaron C. Clark
Science, Technology, Engineering & Design Education
510 Poe Hall
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-7801
Master of Arts in Teaching Program (MAT)
For scholars interested in this program, please contact:
Penny S. Jeffrey, PhD
Teaching Assistant Professor
and Undergraduate Program Coordinator for Science Education
College of Education
Dept of STEM Education