K-6 STEM Education Graduate Certificate

The University of Arkansas offers a Graduate Certificate in K-6 STEM Education for Elementary Education.

In addition to the required courses, students will maintain a minimum 3.0 grade-point average, pass Praxis II, complete a year-long internship placement in a local school and complete an action-research project.

The college's STEM website has complete information on this Graduate Certificate.

Future teachers interested in teaching technology and engineering education should consider the Bachelor of Science in Education degree with a concentration in technology education. A Master of Education in Career and Technical Education also is offered.

Undergraduates majoring in math, biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics or computer science — as well as some related majors — interested in teaching their subjects in middle, junior or high school can minor in secondary education and be on the path to licensure.