Online STEM Endorsement Program

Explore your passion for integrating science, technology, engineering and math across the curriculum with Millersville’s STEM Endorsement Program!

Interested in teaching STEM courses/content at your school? The STEM program endorsement is intended to improve a teacher's skills in dealing with complex classroom settings. The STEM endorsement is designed to provide additional knowledge and promote skills related to more integrative ways to deliver content in these areas. While the endorsement does not lead to state licensure, it may be added to an existing Level I or Level II Certificate. Millersville’s STEM endorsement courses can also be applied to the Assessment, Curriculum and Teaching Masters in Education Program with the addition of five more courses.

STEM education creates opportunities to integrate student-centered learning approaches to improve the quality of K-12 education and interaction with the larger community. This program incorporates active project-based learning, where you will develop and use skills in analysis, problem solving and critical thinking.

Program Highlights:

  • 12-Credit, four-course Program
  • Adds a STEM endorsement to an existing PA teaching license
  • Can be completed 100% online
  • All 12 credits count towards Millersville’s M.Ed. program in Assessment, Curriculum and Teaching
  • Affordable tuition rates
  • Credits meet ACT 48 requirements
  • Interdisciplinary faculty from three departments

Who this program is for:

  • Teachers who hold an initial teaching certification in any discipline K-12
    (*This program will NOT lead to an initial teaching certification)
  • Teachers in STEM subjects: science, technology, engineering and mathematics
  • Teachers in non-STEM disciplines who are interested in embracing the ideas associated with STEM education

This program builds upon our existing high-quality science, technology, engineering and math education courses taught by Millersville University’s faculty experts.

STEM Endorsement Required Courses

4 Courses (12 credits)

SCIENCE- ACTE 651: Science Curriculum and Reform 
TECHNOLOGY - EDFN 530: Instructional Tech, Design, & Assessment 
ENGINEERING – (Choose 1)

  • ACTE 655: Integrative STEM Education 
  • EDTE 604: Engineering Principles and Concepts for the Non-Engineer 
MATH – (Choose 1)
  • EDUC 651: Mathematics in the School Program 
  • MATH 610: Problem Solving (choose 1 course) 

ready-to-apply endorsement-applicants non-degree-applicants
  • View Upcoming STEM Courses
    Winter 2019
    • EDUC 651: Mathematics in the School Program (*NOTE - students only need 1 math course and can choose either EDUC 651 OR MATH 610 to fulfill the math requirement)
    • MATH 610 Problem Solving (*NOTE - students only need 1 math course and can choose either EDUC 651 OR MATH 610 to fulfill the math requirement)
    • ACTE 651: Science Curriculum and Reform
     
    Spring 2019
    • EDFN 530 Instr Tech, Design, Assessment 
    • EDTE 604: Engineering Principles and Concepts for the Non-Engineer
     
    Summer I (2019)
    • ACTE 655 Integrative STEM Education  
    • EDFN 530 Instr Tech, Design, Assessment 
    • EDUC 651: Mathematics in the School Program (*NOTE - students only need 1 math course and can choose either EDUC 651 OR MATH 610 to fulfill the math requirement)
    Summer II (2019)
    • ACTE 651: Science Curriculum and Reform
    • EDTE 604: Engineering Principles and Concepts for the Non-Engineer
     
    Summer III (2019)
    • EDUC 651: Mathematics in the School Program
     
    Fall (2019)
    • EDFN 530.50 Instr Tech, Design, Assessment 
    • ACTE 651: Science Curriculum and Reform
     
    Winter 2020
    • EDUC 651: Mathematics in the School Program
    • MATH 610 Problem Solving
    • ACTE 651: Science Curriculum and Reform
    • ACTE 655 Integrative STEM Education  
     
    Spring 2020
    • EDFN 530 Instr Tech, Design, Assessment