The CU Teach Engineering Math Concentration offers students the flexibility to earn an engineering degree and secondary math teacher licensure simultaneously. This unique and interdisciplinary degree offers graduates a concrete and highly desireable skill set for future employment. This degree prepares 7-12 Math educators with the scientific, technological, engineering and mathematical literacy necessary to improve this teaching and learning of mathematics and engineering subjects in middle and high schools. The e+ CU Teach Engineering Math degree requires completion of all semester hours of required and elective courses with a minimum GPA of 2.75. It includes 28 math credit hours and 30 education credit hours, including a culminating semester-long student teaching experience in a middle or high school math classroom in the Denver Schools of Science and Technology (DSST), as required by the Colorado Department of Education (CDE).
Students apply to the Undergraduate Teacher Licensure program through the School of Education, as early as their sophomore year, resulting in dual enrollment in both the College of Engineering & Applied Science and the School of Education.
* Restricted to students admitted to School of Education's Secondary Math/Science Teacher Licensure Program.
° Taken concurrently.
* Also listed in e+ Engineering Core