This cutting-edge interdisciplinary degree in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education not only prepares you to teach the next generation of innovators, it provides the specialized training necessary to earn your state STEM teaching license. Through hands-on learning opportunities, you’ll develop your education philosophy, create a portfolio and hone your classroom-management skills during your pre-practicum and practicum student-teaching. It’s your chance to take what you’ve learned at Merrimack and apply it at one of the primary, elementary, middle or junior high schools in the area.

Upon successful completion of the STEM program, you’ll be well equipped to teach science, technology, engineering and math in the classroom. Positions may include early-childhood STEM teacher, elementary school STEM teacher, guidance counselor, moderate disabilities STEM teacher, STEM program school administrator, and tutor in one of the STEM disciplines. Use the Career Insight tool below to see real-time labor market data on jobs in this field.