Bachelor of Science in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Education prepares students for secondary teaching in STEM disciplines and puts them on the pathway toward earning a teaching license in Life Sciences, Mathematics, Chemistry, or Physics, and a Master of Arts in Teaching. Students majoring in STEM Education learn the core principles of the STEM fields, focusing on the exciting approaches that Natural Sciences and Mathematics take to improve lives. In this program, students gain the necessary knowledge and skills to have a positive impact on students in the classroom. The STEM Education program complements other strong and diverse offerings from the Hamline School of Education and Leadership and invites students to become a part of a supportive network of fellow students, alumni, and faculty.
A Bachelor of Science in STEM Education allows students to choose one of four concentrations - Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, or Physics. To receive a teaching license in the State of MN, students will need to take three additional education courses, and complete a student teaching seminar and a semester of student teaching.