Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education, Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning
Broaden your perspectives on learning, curriculum, instruction and assessment in STEM education. Throughout the Masters of Arts program, you will solve immediate educational problems as well as grow in understanding and conducting educational research.
Topics Include: Advanced study of learning and cognition in STEM, teaching mathematics in elementary and middle schools, the nature of science and implications for science teaching, multimedia tools for STEM education, classroom discourse in STEM education
A blend of theory and practice, the program is composed of core courses as well as specialized courses tailored to your needs.
Flexibility in related coursework lets you develop an interdisciplinary perspective on mathematics, science and technology education.
Opportunities to focus program at elementary, middle and high school levels; administration and supervision, or training and development.
Emphasizes research on student thinking, learning, cognition, modeling and the instructional strategies that promote these areas.
Learn how to reach all students who struggle to learn as well as how to use multiple technologies to teach in STEM Education.
Designed with the practicing professional in mind. Courses typically begin at or after 4:30 p.m.; summer classes are available; full- or part-time options available.
The college annually awards scholarships to its students to support their academic goals.
These financial awards are made by Ohio State to students based on academic merit through a university-wide competition.
No GRE; TOEFL scores for international students
Minimum Program hours
Deadline to apply
March 1 (Autumn/Summer)
September 15 (Spring)