Welcome to Science Education at East Carolina University
Teaching. Research. Community.
Teaching: We have a science education Bachelors or Masters program or concentration that fits who you are.
- Are you an undergraduate interested in becoming a K-14 science teacher?
- Are you a community college student who wants a Bachelors degree in science education?
- Are you a current teacher interested in advancing your teaching practice in an online program?
- Are you interested in changing careers from a STEM field to the classroom?
Browse our degree programs to find the right one to make you a science educator for tomorrow.
Research: Our faculty and students present together at the North Carolina Science Teachers Conference. Faculty also present internationally at the Annual NARST conference, a gathering of the top science education researchers worldwide, and at the annual ASTE meeting, in which science teacher educators share key research pertaining to the preparation and professional development of science teachers. The faculty’s many research interests include:
- curriculum design with the Next Generation Science Standards
- equitable and meaningful science learning experiences
- scientific representations
- classroom assessment
- teacher performance assessment
Partner with us to improve science education in eastern North Carolina and across the globe.
Community: Our involvement with the community sets us apart. Among our many community activities are:
- A STEM center offers a STEM Day, AP training, and a lending library of science classroom materials
- A faculty run a Summer Science Camp and offer professional development to practicing teachers
- The placement of practicum students are placed in community schools through the Latham Clinical Schools network
Come join our community and make use of our resources!