Drake’s Master of Science in Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) is focused on helping teachers become even better teachers.
The MSE in STEM engages K-12 teachers with fundamental STEM content and teaching strategies. The research-based Drake approach produces measurably better instruction related to math and science teaching, preparing teachers to engage students around STEM topics in effective, innovative, and integrated ways.
The program requires 32 credits focused on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics content and pedagogy.
|STEM 220 - Methods of Engineering and Technological Design||3|
|STEM 235 - Mathematical Practices||3|
|STEM 245 - Equity in Mathematics Teaching||3|
|STEM 274 - Science Methods and the Natures of Science & Math||3|
|STEM 290 - Capstone Independent Study||2|
|STEM 210 - Integrated Science I||3|
|STEM 211 - Integrated Science II||3|
|STEM 215 - Algebra & Geometry for Elementary and Middle School Teachers||3|
|STEM 225 - Measurement & Statistics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers||3|
|CS 195 - Computer Science for Elementary and Middle School||3|
|EDUC 289 - School Improvement Through Coaching||3|
Electives are chosen depending upon candidate experience. Advisor-approved substitutions will be accepted.
Admittance to the STEM graduate program requires successful completion of a bachelor's degree with a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA and a teaching license. Individuals that do not meet the GPA requirement should contact the Coordinator of Graduate Admission for further information.
Applications are reviewed on an on-going basis; please have all materials submitted 8 weeks prior to the beginning of the intended start-term.
For more details, contact the Coordinator of Graduate Admission (firstname.lastname@example.org or 515-271-2552) or visit the STEM application web site.
2017-2018 Drake University Graduate and Professional Programs Catalog