The Towson UTeach Program provides students the opportunity to explore teaching secondary mathematics, computer science, biology, chemistry, earth-space science, and physics at the middle school and high school levels.

Towson UTeach student working in the field

About the Program

The Towson UTeach program includes the following Instructional Program Elements:

  • Compact and Flexible Degree Plans
    Towson UTeach offers four-year degree plans that fully integrate students’ content major requirements and UTeach program requirements, which allow students to obtain secondary teacher certification while earning a degree in science, mathematics, or computer and mathematical sciences.
  • Rigorous, Research-Based Instruction
    Courses are designed to develop deep understanding of content of particular importance to future secondary STEM teachers and build strong connections between educational theory and practice.
  • Early and Intensive Field Experiences
    Students begin a carefully scaffolded sequence of intensive teaching opportunities in their first semester of the program and continue these field experiences throughout in order to accelerate professional development and promote confidence.
  • Dedicated Master Teachers
    Master teachers—clinical faculty with exemplary secondary teaching experience—are exclusively dedicated to student support and program success.