MAT STEM/ESOL Program
Become a STEM Teacher, Leader, and Advocate
The mission of the Pacific Master of Arts in Teaching STEM/ESOL program is to increase success in STEM (math and science) to serve the full diversity of middle and high school students. Pacific MAT STEM/ESOL graduates go on to be STEM leaders in a school communities across Oregon and the nation. We have a 100% hire rate over the last three years. and have been awarded $3M in National Science Foundation Pacific Noyce scholarship funding.
Be awarded one of our twelve $15,000 Pacific Noyce scholarships!
Start June, 2020 and be licensed by May, 2021. The MAT STEM/ESOL program features a small cohort of about 12 candidates. We serve a diverse blend of career changing STEM professionals and recent college grads. You will feel a strong sense of community and belonging from the start. To get more information, contact Program Director Dr. Kevin Carr (email@example.com, 503-352-1443).
Or... start January, 2020!
Want to get started sooner? You can start classes as early as January, 2020! Those starting in January can take 1-2 online classes, and the join with students starting in June. The price, program, and completion date (June 2021) is the same. If you are interested in starting January, contact Kevin Carr (firstname.lastname@example.org, 503-352-1443) soon!
Become a Dynamic STEM Teacher
Pacific MAT STEM/ESOL students become ambitious teachers, ready to deeply engage students in STEM from day one. Classes are connected and integrated with clinical work.
We transform STEM people into STEM teachers.
Build Deep Relationships
At Pacific, we believe that quality relationships are at the heart of all good learning. Our faculty and students form supportive bonds, providing encouragement and motivation. “One thing I really appreciate about Pacific is the faculty,” a graduate says, “They really do care about you.”
Honor the Languages of Your Community
Pacific integrates into every class the knowledge and skills necessary to teach all learners and even earn an English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) endorsement. Unlike other programs in Oregon, Pacific MAT STEM/ESOL students do not need to take additional credits to earn their ESOL endorsement.
Pacific University MAT STEM/ESOL offers a unique Teacher Residency Program, immersing candidates in the classroom for a full-year of clinical experience, combining a STEM focused, ESOL-infused curriculum.
|Oregon MAT Programs||
|Pacific University MAT STEM/ESOL||
$17,805 (with Noyce Scholarship)
|George Fox University||$37,224||extra classes||No|
|Lewis & Clark College||$47,350||Yes||No|
*The above figures are approximate and are meant for comparison purposes only.
Where are Pacific Noyce alumni teaching now
Apply now for the next cohort beginning June, 2020