The STEMM: A Multidisciplinary Certificate in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine.
The STEMM: A Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Certificate is designed to enhance students’ content knowledge in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine, and to assist students in integrating their knowledge of each of these disciplines:
- Students with this certificate will be well prepared to work for industrial firms that perform outreach activities into K-12 classrooms.
- They would also be ideal candidates for employment by museums of science and/or industry that seek employees who can work with K-12 students by leading activities or by designing interactive exhibits exploring the intersections of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and health.
- Secondary teacher certification students may choose this certificate to gain multidisciplinary knowledge of STEMM in addition to their selected major/minor for teaching.
The UM-Dearborn certificate, which requires a minimum of 15 credit hours, includes a broad, multidisciplinary group of courses to provide foundational knowledge for students interested in STEMM: science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine.
The UM-Dearborn STEMM: A Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Certificate has the following goals for students in the program.
Students will be:
- Aware of the nature of STEMM disciplines.
- Knowledgeable in issues related to STEMM disciplines in education and society.
How to apply
- For current students, please complete the Declaration of Certificate Form.
- For new students not enrolled in a UM-Dearborn degree program, please complete the Certificate Program Application.
In order to receive your certificate, you need to complete a Certificate Completion Application. The application should be submitted at the beginning of the term in which you expect to complete your certificate requirements. Certificates are awarded three times a year and distributed by mail. The Certificate Completion Application must be submitted on or before the last day of classes in order to be processed within the term in which it is submitted. Students completing a certificate only are not allowed to participate in Commencement.
Department Contact Information
CEHHS Office for Student Success
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