Undergraduate students interested in education can minor in the discipline.
We offer a minor (18 credits) focused on elementary education as well as a minor for those who have general interest in education or may wish to pursue a career in middle or high school teaching. The minor is not a teacher licensure program.
For more information please review the Undergraduate Minor in Education page in the academic catalog.
Check out Jumpstart for a way to gain valuable professional training and experience in a classroom while completing coursework for the education minor.
For questions regarding the minor in Education, you may contact:
Ravin Subreenduth, M.A., M.Ed.
533 O’Leary Library
UTeach prepares science and engineering undergraduate students to become licensed middle school or high school teachers. Our mission is to attract a wide range of bright science and engineering undergraduate students to the STEM teaching minor to give them the experience and mentoring needed to become confident, effective, and engaging educators. UTeach is an innovative model for undergraduate STEM teacher preparation that was developed at the University of Texas Austin over 15 years ago. UTeach UMass Lowell was launched in Spring 2012 under a $1.6 million Massachusetts Department of Education grant.
If you have ever considered becoming a math or science teacher, then UTeach UMass Lowell could be for you!
Eduardo's passion for math accompanied by UMass Lowell's UTeach program led him to his career of teaching.