Science Teaching and Outreach
The certificate in science teaching and outreach is a voluntary program that prepares science graduate students for science careers that include teaching and/or communicating science to the public. It does NOT meet the requirements for earning a state teaching certificate and will not allow graduates to apply for certified positions in the K-12 school system. The science teaching and outreach certificate will enhance readiness for college-level teaching by providing hands-on training and familiarity with pedagogical theory. The certificate is expected to increase competitive ability in the higher-education job market.
Minimum Requirements for Science Teaching and Outreach Graduate Certificate: 12 credits
College of Natural Science and Mathematics
Department of Biology and Wildlife