The best should teach!

Earn an engineering degree and secondary (grades 7-12) math or science licensure simultaneously.

  • Team-based, design-focused engineering curriculum
  • extensive subject-matter focus in math, physics, chemistry or biology 
  • education pedagogy courses
  • student teaching 

CU Teach Engineering Math  CU Teach Engineering Science

Could CU Teach Engineering be right for me? 

Get started with the EDUC 2035: Designing STEM Learning Environments and Experiences

Consider applying for the $1000 Bechtdel scholarship as well.

EDUC 2035 is a low-risk way for any student to see if teaching could be the right future for them. No admission to the school of Education is needed to enroll.

Why CU Teach Engineering?

Shape the world. Inspire young people to pursue careers that improve society and ignite young students' desires to fulfill their dreams for a bright future!

The CU Teach program is one of the first 13 teacher education programs in the U.S. awarded a grant by the National Math and Science Initiative.