CSU students can become involved with the NSEOC through the following programs.
- NSCI 200: Scientific Inquiry in Educational Settings – If you are curious about becoming a science educator and like a hands-on experienced-based approach, this course will let you test the waters with no prerequisites.
- Bachelor of Science in Natural Sciences degree – CSU has an undergraduate degree that allows students to combine a science degree with licensure in order to teach secondary science in Colorado.
- Master of Natural Science Education degree – CSU has a distance graduate program for in-service science teachers that combines science content and pedagogy. It includes hands-on lab experiences that the NSEOC coordinates with the faculty for all of the classes.
- NSEOC/Sigma Xi Keynotes – Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society is the international honor society of science and engineering. In partnership with the NSEOC, the CSU Chapter of Sigma Xi offers two keynote talks each year to faculty, staff and the community.
- Volunteering – Check out the variety of volunteer opportunities the NSEOC has to work with various types and grade levels of students.