Designed for current K-12 teachers, the Elementary STEM Education Graduate Certificate will help individuals understand inquiry-oriented practices across science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines. In particular, the certificate helps build expertise in student learning, engagement and instructional practices in STEM.
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The graduate certificate in Elementary STEM Education has course focuses on areas across science, technology, elementary and mathematics education and students can build their study around courses that pertain to their interests and career goals.
Graduates of the certificate will understand how to apply, teach and adapt to using STEM-focused concepts in the elementary classroom.
Admissions and Requirements
To be accepted to this program, you must have:
The certificate is only open to individuals are currently enrolled in a graduate degree program in the MSU College of Education.
To apply to this program:
Rolling applications. Students can start the program in any semester. We recommend applications are submitted at least one month prior to the start of the semester to allow time for processing.
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