Science II 301
The first STEM Teaching class, STP201 (2cr), is open to any CWU student. You work with a team of students to teach STEM in a real classroom. Register for STP201 today or contact us to learn more!
The STEM Teaching Program is an innovative collaboration between sciences and education that supports students seeking teaching certification in science and mathematics fields. Pathways exist for first/second year students, third year/transfer students, and postbacs that already have an undergraduate degree.?
The STEM Teaching Program uniquely supports students. As a student, you are eligible for STEM Teaching Program-specific scholarships and internships. You will immediately apply what you learn by practicing in real classrooms from your first course throughout the entire program. Strong partnerships with K-12 education will continue to support you after you graduate.
Students seeking teaching certification and endorsement through the STEM Teaching Program complete an approved science, mathematics or computer science degree and the STEM Teaching Program Minor.
Teacher certification information may be found by contacting Central's Teaching Certification Office, 509-963-2661.
Endorsements served by the STEM Teaching Program and approved Major degrees
|Endorsement||Approved Major Degrees||Major Department|
|Biology (5-12)||Biology Majors, BA & BS options||Biological Sciences|
|Chemistry (5-12)||Chemistry Majors, BA & BS options||Chemistry|
Earth and Space Science (5-12)
|Geology Majors, BA & BS options||Geological Sciences|
|Mathematics (5-12)||Mathematics: Secondary Education, BA; Mathematics, BS option; Applied Mathematics, BS||Mathematics|
|Physics (5-12)||Physics Majors, BA & BS options||Physics|
|Middle Level Math (4-9)||Mathematics: Middle Level Education, BA||Mathematics|
|Middle Level Science (4-9)||Science: Middle Level Education, BA||Science and Math Education|
|Computer Science (5-12)||Computer Science, BS||Computer Science|
STEM Teaching Program Minor
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