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.
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.
Interested? We invite you to explore what CU Teach has to offer!