STAMP Scholarship Program: The STAMP Scholarship Program program provides students in the STAMP accelerated master’s program a total of $30,000 in aid over two years.
MAT Scholarshop Program: The MAT Scholarship Program provides students in the MAT program with $30,000 in aid to complete the 1 1/2 year program.
The Program supports five undergraduates per year as STEM education research summer interns working with faculty in the College of Arts and Science and the College of Education. Internship placements are at local informal education institutions like the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) and the Florida Aquarium.
This program provides students with the opportunity to complete the Master of Arts (MAT) for middle and high school Math or Science Education. Students who complete this program will be certified to teach middle or high school science or mathematics. The program consists of two semesters and one summer of course work, and a semester-long internship.
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