Texas A&M leads the state in the production of university-prepared secondary mathematics and science teachers! You can double your career potential by obtaining a Texas high school science or math teaching certificate through aggieTEACH-Science as you earn your bachelor’s degree.
aggieTEACH-Science is a program for undergraduate students in majors that require at least 24 hours (half at upper level) of mathematics or science courses and who are interested in teaching high school mathematics or science after graduation.
Graduates of this program receive mentor and induction support during their first three years of teaching and remain connected to the aggieTEACH-Science community through the Aggie Educator Network.
aggieTEACH-Science is a part of a network of colleges and programs in the Texas A&M System that offer pathways to secondary teacher certification for non-education majors. Learn more about the larger initiative coordinated by the College of Education and Human Development at aggieteach.tamu.edu.
“The aggieTEACH-Science program allowed me to explore and engage in two of my passions — math and teaching — at the same time. It gave me a place to meet other students with similar interests where we could connect and grow as preservice teachers. aggieTEACH-Science was a great experience. I am proud to be an Aggie teacher!”
Texas A&M Science - aggieTEACH [Extended Cut]http://aggieteach.tamu.edu Are you ready to explore your potential as a Texas public school mathematics or science teacher? We’re ready for you! LEARN to TEACH and make an IMPACT with aggieTEACH! High school mathematics and science teachers are in high demand across the United States. In Texas, many metropolitan school districts are offering beginning teachers in these areas attractive starting salaries in the mid-$40,000s, along with signing bonuses and stipends in some cases. Do the math, and it potentially adds up to $50,000+ per year and a lifetime of impact. The aggieTEACH program can help you maximize yours. Learn more at http://www.aggieteach.tamu.edu.
Texas A&M Science - aggieTEACHhttp://aggieteach.tamu.edu Are you a prospective or current Texas A&M University student interested in or enrolled in a major that requires at least 24 hours of mathematics or science? Do you want to give back to society and help others while also helping yourself by expanding your career options? Consider aggieTEACH, a program designed to add flexibility and value to your undergraduate degree by helping you simultaneously obtain a Texas high school teaching certificate in mathematics and science. Learn more about maximizing your potential impact in the classroom at http://aggieteach.tamu.edu.
Email aggieTEACH@science.tamu.edu or call 979-845-7362.