The Mathematics, Science, & Learning Technologies program prepares graduate students to improve learning and instruction in science, technology, engineering, and math disciplines (STEM). The Learning, Media, & Technology program prepares students to understand, critique, design, and improve technology- and media-based learning and teaching.

Our work draws from a variety of disciplines including cognitive science, sociology, anthropology, the learning sciences, psychology, and computer science. Our faculty and students are deeply committed to research and scholarship, both theoretical and applied.

Mathematics, Science, & Learning Technologies faculty take a critical approach to the field, working closely with practitioners in formal and informal learning settings and advancing math and science and the use of technology in teaching through community partnerships. They build close relationships with master's and doctoral students, who have many opportunities to work on faculty research and development projects and to co-author scholarship and present at conferences.