Our undergraduate programs provide the experiential education, tools and support students need to make a difference as high-quality STEM educators.
Teachers for the 21st Century
Our competitive undergraduate STEM programs support high-quality candidates in experiencing the robust infrastructure and innovative learning they need to become highly effective educators in their fields.
With flexible options that allow students to earn multiple licensures and/or bachelor degrees, our undergraduate students achieve a rate of success that goes beyond the classroom setting. Graduates are prepared to enter the workforce as educators who make a difference both in the lives of their pupils and society.
We offer undergraduate degrees in middle, secondary and post-secondary school science, technology, engineering, design, mathematics and graphic communications. We also have options for educators looking to work in more informal settings and several minors, including Technology Education and Graphics Communications. For students who wish to continue their education, our department also has programs at the master’s and doctoral levels.
92% Employment Rate
With useful, effective degrees, the vast majority of the Class of 2013 are now working as teachers.