Masters in Elementary Education Online: Teaching Math and Science (STEM)
Michele Hamer, Program Advisor
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Wheelock College's Master of Science in Educational Studies with a focus on Teaching Math and Science (STEM) is an online degree with a focus on teaching STEM.
The 10-course graduate degree program can be completed in as little as 20 months. Courses are offered in convenient eight-week sessions. The online format offers flexibility within a structured weekly class environment, allowing for focused, rigorous discussions and an emphasis on class participation. Click the links below to learn more:
Learning Online: Wheelock's collaborative online community. Learn how the program is structured and what it's like to learn online.
STEM careers are one of the nation's fastest-growing fields. Research indicates that young people's interest in STEM grows when early childhood and elementary teachers are confident and competent in their understanding of how to teach them effectively.
Winter/Spring classes begin January 5, 2015. The application deadline is December 5, 2014.
Access our online application and learn about the application requirements.
Financial aid is available for our online programs. Visit Wheelock's Financial Aid web pages to learn how you can afford a Wheelock education.
A Graduate Degree for the Future - Delivered Online
This Master of Science in Educational Studies offers an approach to teaching STEM that emphasizes not only the teaching of science and math, but how children's cognitive development and their racial and cultural identities affect learning. The program also stresses the relationship between you, as a teacher-practitioner, and how research—yours and that of others—informs practice.
This 30-credit degree program offers elementary school teachers the opportunity to pursue an advanced degree in STEM education while teaching. Courses are offered online with no requirement to travel to campus, enabling teachers to continue their education at a place and time convenient for them. This degree includes course clusters that meet the Massachusetts State Department of Education requirements to advance licensure to the Professional level. This makes the program a great fit for someone who already has their initial teaching license.
See our Curriculum page for full details, including course descriptions and tuition information.
Our program provides educators the knowledge and confidence to inspire a new generation of students in the growing fields of mathematics and science.
Nationally Recognized in STEM Education
Wheelock College is particularly committed to STEM education, as evidenced by a NASA-funded STEM Teacher Enhancement Project (STEP), which was designed to significantly improve math and science instruction among elementary school teachers. Courses developed for the STEM education graduate degree program were funded from this initiative.
Online Learning Technology
At Wheelock, we strive to make your online experience as seamless as possible. All of our online education courses use state-of-the-art online learning technology, which means you will have a consistent format in each class you take. In your account, you will have access to everything you need, including your course syllabus, staff information, discussion boards, and information about how to access Wheelock support services (including financial aid, writing help, academic advising, disability services, and access to our extensive library—physically and online).
For more information contact Michele Hamer, Program Advisor, at 617-982-2032 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 1888, Wheelock College has provided transformational education to students passionate about making the world a better place-especially for children and families. Wheelock is a private, non-profit college located in Boston, Massachusetts.