STEM Undergraduate Minor in Engineering Education

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The University of St. Thomas’ Schools of Engineering is excited to announce a new minor in STEM Engineering Education designed for undergraduate education majors who want hands-on experience in engineering and STEM education. The minor program is a rigorous introduction to engineering content with emphasis placed on how to apply the material in P-12 classrooms. The minor courses are taught, using the facilities of the UST School of Engineering, by faculty with a wide range of engineering and education experience. The minor program consists of five classes:

ENGR 130 Fundamentals of Engineering (4 credits)
ENGR 171 Engineering Design and Graphics (4credits)
EDU 327 Engineering in the P-12 Classroom (4 credits)
and Engineering electives (8 credits) (chosen with your minor advisor)
TOTAL: 20 credits

We look forward to working with you to create a course plan that fits your interests and career goals!

Apply for the MHTA STEM Scholarship at http://www.mhta.org/educate/stem-scholarships/

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For more information please contact:

AnnMarie Thomas
apthomas@stthomas.edu