Master of Education in STEM Teaching
A Marquette educator is:
- An advocate and practitioner of equity, justice, and anti-racism in schools and communities.
- A designer and facilitator of ambitious curriculum and pedagogy informed by theory, context, and students' thinking and experiences.
- An imaginative, critical thinker who reflects on ways to improve teaching and learning.
- A compassionate professional who embodies cura personalis and empowers learners through reciprocal relationships of dignity and respect.
- A Critical evaluator of information and research who assesses effectiveness of educational programs and practices
Transition to Teaching with a MEd in STEM Teaching
Marquette University's College of Education and Opus College of Engineering have been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship to develop and implement a 14-month Master's Degree program for new science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) teachers.
Applicants to this accelerated program, which started in the summer of 2018, must have a bachelor's degree in a STEM discipline. Inquiries can be made to Jennifer Gaul-Stout, the Noyce Scholar program coordinator.
As a 30-credit program, students will take courses as a cohort over four sessions: a summer, fall and spring semester, and a second summer. During that time they will engage in teaching experiences based upon the co-operative education internship model used in engineering. This will allow them to apply their coursework and theory directly to teaching experiences in the classroom. Upon completion of the program, students will graduate with a Master's in Education degree and teacher licensure in the State of Wisconsin.
Scholarships are available inclusive of tuition and stipend support. Applications are available via Marquette University's Graduate School. The deadline is February 15, 2022.