Have you considered a career teaching math, science, or computer science? Try it out with UTeach Columbus! Our innovative program brings together CSU students, CSU math, science, and computer science faculty, and educators from local P-12 schools.
As a UTeach participant, you'll explore teaching first-hand, learn valuable teaching skills, and develop a deeper understanding of math and science. Columbus State faculty members and educational mentors guide you through every step of the program. Financial support is available through a variety of internships, loans, grants, and scholarships.
At the end of your UTeach experience, you'll earn an undergraduate degree from CSU in biology, chemistry, earth and space science, mathematics, or computer science. After passing required state certification exams, you'll be qualified to teach in grades 6-12 (for math and science) or in grades P-12 (for computer science).
Six reasons to become a math, science, or computer science teacher
- Engage the kids!
Experience the excitement of helping students achieve those “Aha” moments. You can't imagine a better way to spend your day than working with young adults and making a real difference in their lives.
- Discover how the natural world works
Science, math and computer science help us make sense of how the world works. Share your fascination with these topics with your students!
- Experience lifelong learning
As a teacher, you will have many opportunities to update your training and also opportunities to learn more about math, science, and computer science. Teachers can attend conferences, take classes and even do summer internships in the U.S. and abroad!
- Never get bored!
When you teach, each day brings something new. The challenges of teaching math, science, and computer science to today's youth are exciting!
- Give back to the community
Teaching gives you an opportunity to shape and prepare young minds as they grow, helping them develop their talents and abilities.
- Build a stronger America
America's standing in math, science, and computer science has been on the decline. Be a part of building a strong, competitive generation.
Try it out; see if teaching is for you!
Enroll in UTCH 1201 Step 1: Inquiry Approaches to Teaching and try out teaching. You will obtain first-hand experience with planning and teaching inquiry-based math, science, or computer science lessons in elementary classrooms. A veteran classroom teacher will guide and mentor you through this entire experience.
Take advantage of lots of personal and financial support
Personal support is provided throughout the program by master teachers (CSU faculty members who are experienced secondary math or science teachers), mentor teachers (local K-12 teachers) and UTeach Columbus faculty.
Financial support is available through federal loans, grants, scholarships and internships.
Contact us at UTeachColumbus@columbusstate.edu for more information.