Master of Education in Secondary Education / STEM (Non-Licensure)
Grand Canyon University

Program Details

This online MEd prepares you to successfully teach science, technology, engineering or math in middle and high school environments where you do not necessarily need a license, such as parochial schools or private institutions.  You will delve into coursework that centers around communication and critical thinking to promote student mastery, with particular attention to the adolescent learner.  GCU’s curriculum focuses on content knowledge to fill the growing need for STEM teachers. Classes that you will likely take in this graduate program, include:

  • Adolescent Development & Psychology
  • Integrating STEM Methods for Middle & High School Instruction
  • Adolescent Literacy

Grand Canyon emphasizes professional ethics alongside a Christian worldview.  This graduate degree incorporates field experience and practicum, so that you can be well-prepared to lead a 6th -12th grade classroom and inspire the scientists, engineers and mathematicians of the future. 

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Requirements

This program requires practicum/field experience hours.

  • Accredited bachelor’s degree from a GCU-approved institution
  • A 2.8 GPA or higher

Note: This program does not lead to teacher or principal licensure.

School Accreditation Statement

Higher Learning Commission

https://www.gcu.edu/academics/academic-policies.php

Geographic Restrictions

This program is not authorized for residents of: Georgia, Kentucky, or Rhode Island.