S&T to offer degrees in water sustainability, teacher education

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On February 8, 2021

Markley in classroom

S&T student Cadice Markley works with students at an elementary school in Clayton, Missouri, in 2017. Photo by Sam O’Keefe taken before current COVID-19 guidelines.

The University of Missouri Board of Curators approved Missouri S&T’s proposals for a new master of science in water science and engineering and a bachelor of science in education during its Feb. 4 board meeting. The degree proposals will now go to the Missouri Coordinating Board for Higher Education for approval. 

S&T’s proposed water science and engineering master’s degree will combine the expertise of multiple departments to address society’s challenges of water sustainability and water security. 

Missouri S&T has been training teachers for more than a decade with a heavy emphasis on STEM. The university’s proposed bachelor of science in education degree will allow S&T to expand its teacher education and certification department to prepare more teachers.

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