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Thank you to everyone who attended our first information session! We will have another information session at the beginning of August, in time for signing up for fall AAMUTeach classes.

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What is AAMUTeach? 

  • A degree program that allows you to earn your full STEM degree and your secondary teaching certificate in 4 years. 
  • A strong support system—academic, social, and financial—that prepares you for success both during the program and after you graduate. 
  • An opportunity to pass on your love of math and science to future generations. 
  • One of 56 universities—only four HBCUs—in the UTeach nation-wide network. 

One degree

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two career paths

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AAMUTeach is an undergraduate degree program specially designed to allow students to graduate with their full STEM degree and a secondary teaching certification in just four years. Modeled after the pioneering UTeach program at the University of Texas, AAMUTeach draws upon a $2 million grant to support our students academically, socially, and financially.  

  • AAMUTeach students will have their own designated advisor, mentor teachers, and academic support group to help them through their coursework.  
  • AAMUTeach students will become part of a tight-knit cohort of like-minded peers who connect both professionally and socially.  
  • Finally, AAMUTeach offers financial support in the form of stipends and scholarships to help pay for tuition, textbooks, exam fees, and even transportation costs during student teaching. 


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