The Master of Arts in STEM Education at Webster University is one of a few programs of its kind in the U.S. It is designed for teachers in STEM classrooms or anyone who is interested in utilizing digital media tools and technologies to solve real-world problems.
The program offers robotics and coding course work, and upon enrollment in the STEM courses, we will provide you with robotic devices, such as a mini-drone, a sphere robot, Sea Perch, and an EV3 and VEX IQ robot with sensors. You will learn how robotics can be used to solve real-world problems, and you will have the opportunity to create several final real-world challenge projects of your own choosing to complete.
Knowledge concerning coding and critical thinking skills acquired in this program are aligned with qualifications required by employers, increasing your chance of employment in the job market in the 21st century.
“One of the things I remember most is working with the robots to program them to do various tasks and assignments. And as an online learner, I liked the convenience of the classes.”
Primary Features of the Program
Our STEM curriculum involves four main elements that are key to the overall program. Students learn coding, design and robotics in a project-based course of study for use in teaching STEM concepts.
Wide Range of Opportunities
STEM/E-STREAM's growth is due largely to the exponential growth in digital media tools and technologies.
MA in STEM Education
This field of study is for anyone who wants to learn about digital media tools to demonstrate their abilities to solve problems using digital technology such as robotics.
Discover More About the Program
Find additional information about the Master of Arts in STEM Education, which provides students with expertise in teaching in the STEM fields of coding and robotics.
At Webster, your education is flexible and portable.
With five terms in an academic year, students can tailor their education to their life. Courses are offered in both semester and 8- or 9-week periods, and can consist of multiple modalities with our assortment of in person, hybrid, and online course options. Webster also offers a variety of degree, certificate, and non-degree programs.
For 40 years Webster has been building a network of campuses to serve local communities, now serving more than 10,000 students across 50 residential, metro, military, and international locations. Our students can start their degree at one location and finish it at another, or seamlessly work on their degree while studying abroad.
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