ProTeach, the college’s nationally ranked and accredited teacher preparation program, provides opportunities for students to earn an M.Ed. degree in Science and Environmental Education while developing the competencies required for a Florida professional teaching certificate for the secondary school grades 6-12.
ALTERNATIVE TEACHER CERTIFICATION:
UF students also can earn an M.Ed. degree in an accelerated, alternative teaching certification program in mathematics through its state-approved Educator Preparation Institute–designed for career-changers who possess a bachelor’s degree outside of education. The math EPI includes a practicum experience in Alachua County schools and additional opportunities to observe and assist in supervised teaching in grades 6-12.
For practicing educators at any level seeking to advance their subject knowledge and careers, the college’s School of Teaching and Learning offers master’s, specialist and doctorate degree programs in science education, mathematics education (with statistics education option) and education technology.