STEM Graduate Programs for Teachers at UNH

M.Ed. in Educational Studies: Online

The Master of Education degree program, with an option to concentrate in STEM, provides a solid educational foundation for teachers but is also appropriate for professionals in business, educational research organizations, public policy institutes, and state and national departments of education. For more information:

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Master of Science for Teachers (MST) in Mathematics

The MST in Mathematics Program is a graduate degree program in Mathematics on the Durham campus designed primarily for experienced teachers of secondary school mathematics. This program provides a broader and deeper background in several areas of mathematics and does not grant teaching certification or licensure. Teachers can take courses without being matriculated into the degree. For more information:

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Teaching and Learning Mathematics in Context 

A customized course designed to provide consistent support for K-12 teachers during either one or two semesters in the school year. The Math in Context in-service program offers a wide spectrum of topics and includes on-site support for teachers during a semester (2-4 grad credits). For more information:

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New! Elementary Mathematics Specialist Certification

Offered by the Department of Education, this new program provides certification by the NH Department of Education as an Elementary Mathematics Specialist. Required coursework includes courses in both mathematics and education as well as a clinical experience. Pathways are available for both those possessing and those needing a masters degree. For more information:

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New! Graduate Certificate in Technology Integration

Today, K-12 classrooms are equipped with technologies that promise higher student engagement, greater access to content knowledge, and effective, efficient learning. However, technology alone cannot transform student learning. Teachers today require the knowledge and skills to effectively integrate technology into their teaching practice. For more information:

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