University of Cincinnati │College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services
PO Box 210002 │Teachers/Dyer Hall │Cincinnati, Ohio 45221 │ 513-556-4307
The online certificate in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Teaching and Learning in the Curriculum & Instruction program in the School of Education is appropriate for both school-based educators and informal educators.
This graduate certificate bundles existing graduate courses in STEM education into a coherent certificate program. The program includes 7 courses that develop a consistent framework for advancing educators’ knowledge on a range of strategies to teach and assess learning in STEM areas.
School-based and informal educators will learn to create inter-disciplinary learning experiences with STEM subjects as the point of focus. Courses in the STEM certificate may apply toward the online or on campus MEd in Curriculum and Instruction.
This certificate is designed for current education professionals, K-12 teachers, or informal educators seeking professional development in the STEM areas, wishing to teach more effectively in the STEM disciplines, or to grow into a new position focused on STEM teaching and learning.
Outcomes of student learning outcomes are to:
The University of Cincinnati is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Additional career options are listed on the Career Development Center's Web site.
This curriculum information is intended as a general information guide for students considering enrollment in this program. These online tools are designed to assist you, but are not a substitute for planning with an academic or faculty advisor.
If you are currently confirmed or enrolled, you can check your degree requirements online. If you are considering transferring to this major from another school, use u.select to see how credits you have earned will transfer to UC. See course descriptions by college.
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