Science Ed Hudson River Class Trip

Preparation for a Wide-Range of STEM Education Careers

City parks
Science Museums
Botanical gardens
Environmental centers
Health & nutrition outreach
Community based organizations...


If you are this major and also interested in teaching middle school science you may qualify for our accelerated Master's program.


Hello Students,
Interested in Science? Sustainability? Internship/Career Paths? Pizza?
Join us! 
 Science Engagement Career Panel
DATE: Thursday, Feb. 29
TIME: 12:15 pm – 1:30 pm
WHERE: CCNY Marshak Building – MR 4
Seats are limited. Pizza will be served!
Co-sponsored with new major in Science Learning & Public Engagement, CIPASS, Division of Science, and Grove School. For more info about Science Education & Public Engagement programs at CCNY, contact Prof. Yael Wyner at: or sign-up for an Info Session here.

Interested in sustainability? 
Want to be a change-maker? 
Sign up here to learn more about how to apply to the new 
Sustainability Engagement Scholars Program. 

Designed to support CCNY undergraduate students from any major with training and internship opportunities that link climate science with campus engagement and community outreach efforts.
To learn more about the Science Education programs, or the new major in Science Learning & Public Engagement, you can sign up for a monthly online info session here:

Courses in Education Pedagogy & Core Science Disciplines

Program courses are designed to develop expertise in science engagement in non-formal environments, curricular and instructional design, communications media, and non-profit program management. In addition, majors will develop content area expertise through science/engineering concentration courses. Students will take a set of core courses in one of six concentration areas: 1. Biology 2. Chemistry 3. Earth Science 4. Physics 5. Environment 6. Engineering. They will also develop broad-based science expertise through inquiry focused life, physical, and environmental science courses, and through a course that explores the nature of scientific knowledge across the disciplines of science.


Finally, students in the new program will participate in two internships to learn first-hand about informal science education careers. The first internship will occur after a student completes baseline introductory science courses and a non-formal science pedagogy course. The second internship will occur later in a student’s course of study. Together, the internships and student coursework will increase student readiness and qualifications for science learning and engagement careers.

Program Requirements


Yael Wyner
Program Director
o: Room 5/205C
p: 212-650-5869
f: 212-650-7530

Richard Steinberg
Program Director
o: Room 5/205B
p: 212-650-5617
f: 212-650-7530

North Academic Center
160 Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031
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