Love Math or Science? Teach it!
To ensure the health and safety of our faculty, students, staff, and surrounding community, UMass Boston will continue to operate in hybrid fashion, with some courses lodged on campus and others—the majority—continuing in remote modality during the fall 2020 semester. Many answers about the campus's response to the coronavirus can be found in our special coronavirus web section. To contact somebody from the UTeach program, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
UTeach Boston is a Teacher Certificate Program for undergraduates in STEM fields. Programs like this are generally completed as a master's degree, but at UMass Boston you get the opportunity to gain teacher certification while also pursuing an undergraduate major in a STEM discipline. Think of UTeach as a minor—but with the added benefit that completion of the UTeach program gives you licensure to teach in Massachusetts!
UTeach Intro Classes Seek Fieldwork Alternatives Amid Covid Pandemic
With classes in both Boston Public Schools and UMass Boston going remote due to the Covid Pandemic, UTeach students switch to virtual methods of teaching and classroom observation.
Never Considered Teaching? Try it!
The first two one-credit intro classes have you teach in an elementary school to see if teaching is right for you.
Know You Want to Teach? See Our Classes!
Our classes are focused on inquiry-based teaching methods. The program ends with a semester of student teaching.
Already in UTeach? See What's New!
UTeach Boston started just four years ago, so there are many new initiatives taking place every semester.
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