Undergraduate Certification Program
The UTeach Natural Sciences program certifies current undergraduate students at The University of Texas at Austin who are interested in teaching math, science or computer science at the secondary level. If you are currently a UT Austin undergraduate and would like to know more about certification, click here. During peak advising periods, prospective undergraduates attend an information session before seeing a UTeach advisor. To see a schedule and to sign up, click here.
Certification Program for Degree Holders
This program is designed for individuals who have completed undergraduate degrees and are interested in teaching mathematics, science, or computer science at the secondary level. If you hold an undergraduate degree and would like to know more about certification, click here.
UTeach offers a unique internship program for its participants. Students are paid a generous stipend to work 10 to 20 hours a week with a non-profit organization in the Austin area that provides educational services to the community. For more information, click here.
UTeach Outreach Initiatives
UTeach is involved in several programs designed to bring math and science learning into the community, including: UTeach Outreach, Science Olympiad, and After School STEM Clubs.
UTeach Induction Services
This is a program that provides support and assistance to new UTeach graduates. For more information, click here.
UTeach Professional Development
UTeach offers professional development for math and science teachers based on the same inquiry-based model that characterizes the UTeach certification program. For more information, please click here.
Master of Arts in Science and Mathematics Education Program
This program is designed for certified teachers of math, science and computer science who want to enhance their content knowledge. For more information, click here.
Are you visiting this page from another university? Are you interested in increasing the number and quality of science, mathematics, and computer science teachers graduating from your institution? We invite you to visit the UTeach Institute page for more information about the replication process.