Technology and Engineering Education (MS)
Students in this degree program can choose between a thesis or project option that should be completed within a three-year timeframe. The intent of a thesis is to advance the state of the art while the intent of a project is to apply the state of the art.
Fall: Mar 1
Winter: Sep 1
Spring: Feb 1
The Technology and Engineering Education master's degree program is designed to develop leaders to respond to the needs of a technology-based society for advanced technical, managerial, and educational personnel. Graduate-level leadership and technology application capabilities are developed through rigorous courses and in-depth research and development experiences. The MS in Technology and Engineering Education provides opportunities for professionals in technology and engineering education fields or careers to engage in applied research that adds to the knowledge of relevant practice or solves problems that arise in the workplace.
Program Chair: Steven Shumway
Graduate Coordinator: Scott Bartholomew
Resources & Opportunity
Nationally recognized instructional laboratories are available to provide students with the most current concepts, curriculum, software, equipment, and laboratory instructional/ physical organization.
The department provides several types of financial assistance for graduate students. All applicants in good standing are considered for financial aid. More information may be obtained from the graduate program manager. The following types of assistance are available:
Tuition Scholarships: The department offers a limited number of full- and partial-tuition scholarships. All students applying to the program are automatically considered for tuition scholarships.
Research Assistantships: Full-time graduate students in good standing may be awarded research assistantships to assist faculty with externally funded research. Contact individual faculty directly to identify research assistantship opportunities.
Teaching Assistantships: The department employs graduate students as teaching assistants in undergraduate and graduate courses. Contact the department for more information about current teaching assistant opportunities.