What is CU Teach?

  • An innovative, nationally renowned secondary math and science teacher education program that provides STEM majors at the undergraduate, post-baccalaureate and master's levels a pathway for obtaining a Colorado teaching licensure.
  • One of the first of 13 teacher education programs in the U.S. awarded a grant by the National Math and Science Initiative.
  • A unique engineering pathway to science and math teacher licensure through an engineering major and the CU Teach Engineering Program.
  • A program that prepares outstanding, in-demand secondary science and math teachers that teach for equity and justice.

CU Teach offers:

  • NEW!! Noyce Scholarship, $18,500 per year for your last two years. Learn about applying here.
  • A strong support system inside and outside of the classroom.
  • Small class sizes with outstanding teaching professors and mentor teachers.
  • Teaching exploration courses that provide first-hand experiences teaching STEM lessons in local elementary and middle school classrooms.
  • A national network of leading STEM educators after graduation.

Interested? Explore what CU Teach has to offer!

  • Give it a try in a hands-on class with in-school experiences, register for EDUC 2035: Designing STEM Learning Environments and Experiences.
  • Our STEM Education Certificate combines CU Teach classes with STEM education outreach opportunities. For students interested in learning how to effectively communicate STEM related concepts, but not ready to commit to a full licensure program, this is a great way to graduate with a skill set that can be applied in industry, academia, medicine, and other fields.