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Technology and Engineering Education (MS)

Graduate Programs

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Technology (MS)

The Technology (MS) degree with a specialization in Technology and Engineering Education is expected to be completed within three years.

The Technology and Engineering Education program helps students who have graduated in technology and/or engineering teacher education or related areas to be more effective leaders. The opportunity will be theirs to achieve knowledge and skills for leadership in teaching, supervising, and managing in schools or industry. Through a research-oriented thesis, students will develop writing and research abilities related to technology and engineering education.

Application Deadlines

Fall: Mar 1
Winter: Sep 1
Spring: Feb 1
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Faculty

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Courses

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Contact

265 CTB
(801) 422-6300
sotadmin@byu.edu
Department Website

The Master of Science in technology degree 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 provides opportunities for students to engage in applied technical research that adds to the knowledge of relevant practice or solves problems that arise in the workplace.

Two degrees are offered through the School of Technology:

Technology and Engineering Education—MS

Chair:  Steven Shumway
Graduate Coordinator:  Scott Grimshaw
Graduate Coordinator IT Cybersecurity:  Barry Lunt

Resources & Opportunity:

Nationally recognized instructional laboratories are available to provide students with the most current concepts, curriculum, software, equipment, and laboratory instructional/ physical organization.

Financial Assistance:

The School of Technology offers a limited number of scholarships. Application for financial aid is made through the program’s graduate coordinator.