Teachers from the Middle Level Math program enjoying some outside time studying real applications of mathematics. Summer 2006
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The Science and Mathematics Teaching Center (SMTC) is governed jointly by the College of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences. The SMTC offers two graduate degree programs with multiple degree concentrations, certification options, and endorsement options.
Masters of Science in Natural Science
- Middle Level Science (MSC) - Standards based masters degree program that leads to "Highly Qualified" status in Middle Level Science. The program is designed for elementary, middle, and general science teachers
- Middle Level Math (MMA) - Standards based masters degree program that leads to "Highly Qualified" status in Middle Level Mathematics. The program is designed for elementary, middle, and general math teachers
- Natural Science Education (NED)- This program is designed for students interested in environmental and natural science education in informal science settings. Students in this program must complete one year at the Teton Science School prior to attending the University of Wyoming. Recently an option for a Secondary Biology Teaching Certification has been added to the degree.
- Masters of Science in Teaching (MST)
- Math TLC - Math TLC participants must apply to the Math TLC program and be accepted prior to applying to the SMTC. For more information contact the SMTC at 307-766-6381.
The Middle-Level Math and Middle-Level Science programs have a teaching endorsement option, while the Natural Science Education program has a secondary biology teaching certification option. A Ph.D. in Science Education and a Ph.D. in Mathematics Education are available through the College of Education. For more information on the Ph.D. program, please contact the Office of Education Studies (307) 766-6371.