The e+ CU Teach Engineering Science Concentration offers students the flexibility to earn a design-rich engineering degree, combined with the opportunity to teach secondary school science. This degree prepares grades 7-12 STEM educators with the Scientific, Technological, Engineering and Mathematical literacy to improve the teaching and learning of science and engineering subjects in classrooms.
Though the CDE does not distiguish among science licensures, and grants a "science-secondary education" license, e+ CU Teach Science students must choose a science area of focus (Biology, Chemistry or Physics) to ensure deeper content knowledge. 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. The CDE grants a "science-secondary education" license to students upon graduation, and the CDE doesn't distinguish among science focuses.