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2014-2015 General Catalog (Spring, Summer 2015) [ARCHIVED CATALOG Please see current catalog]

Technology and Engineering Education - MS


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College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences

School of Applied Sciences, Technology and Education

Contact: Debra Spielmaker
Email: debra.spielmaker@usu.edu
Phone: (435) 213-5562
Website: http://aste.usu.edu/htm/graduate/grad-technology-and-engineering-education

The degree is designed for technology and engineering education and career and technical education (CTE) instructors who want to strengthen their background in current educational theory and practice. Students are required to complete a professional core of courses relating to education theory and practice in the areas of curriculum and program design, evaluation and assessment, issues and trends, administration and organization, and electives to design the program to meet your individual goals. The program offers an innovative one-month summer program designed for practicing teachers. Plan A requires a minimum of 30 semester credits, including a thesis. Plan B is a non-thesis option that requires 33 semester credits, including a creative project.

Admission Requirements:

All students must be admitted into USU's School of Graduate Studies, following standard procedures and policies. To apply visit the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) application website.

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