Want to combine your love of Science, Engineering, or Math with teaching?
CU Teach is:
- An innovative, nationally renowned Secondary Math and Science Teacher Education program offered through a collaboration among the School of Education, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the College of Engineering.
- A unique engineering pathway to science and math teacher licensure through an engineering major and the CU Teach Engineering Program.
- One of the first 13 teacher education programs in the U.S. awarded a grant by the National Math and Science Initiative.
- A program that prepares future outstanding secondary mathematics and science teachers. 100 percent of CU Teach graduates seeking secondary teaching work are employed with a teaching position.
CU Teach Facts:
- Every year, at least one CU Teach graduate has been selected from a national pool for a highly-selective, prestigious Knowles Fellowship.
- CU Teach offers a strong network inside and outside of the classroom. Classes are usually under 25 students, and students work with outstanding Master Teachers and award-winning STEM tenure-track faculty.
- CU Teach students join a national network of leading STEM educators once they graduate.
CU Teach News:
- CU Teach Engineering is sponsoring a national workshop at Drexel University Nov. 9-11 in Philadelphia. Register for the Bridging Uteach and Engineering Workshop here.
Interested? We invite you to explore what CU Teach has to offer!
To see if teaching is possibly for you, take the quiz: "Blow Minds. Teach STEM."
To learn more, see Program Information.
- C&I: Humanities Education
- C&I: Literacy Studies
- C&I: Math & Science Education
- C&I: Research on Teaching & Teacher Education
- Educational Equity & Cultural Diversity
- Educational Foundations, Policy & Practice
- Learning Sciences & Human Development
- REM: Research & Evaluation Methodology
- MA + Licensure
- BA/MA in Ethnic Studies and Education
- Partners in Education (PIE)