The Master's Program is designed for professionals who wish to develop their instructional competencies in fields related to technology, engineering, and design education and for those who wish to be supervisors and administrators of technology education programs. We offer a Master of Science and a Master of Education in Technology Education. The Master of Education is now a Distance Education Program.
Introducing a NEW Master of Science leading to TED Certification for Engineering Students. Please contact Dr. Aaron Clark in the College of Education or Dr. Tameshia Ballard in the College of Engineering.
The Programs are structured so students can:
The intent of the Technology Education Master's degree is to elevate the knowledge and skills of students for the purpose of increasing their career opportunities in education and related professions. Students complete a Plan of Graduate Work with their graduate advisory committee which outlines the core and elective courses while pursuing graduate study.
Professional options in graduate study include:
There are two types of Master's degrees both of which require a minimum of 30 semester hours of credit beyond the bachelor's. First, is the Master's of Education degree that does not require a thesis and is offered only as an online option, and the second is the Master's of Science which does require a six semester-hour thesis.
Admission to the Master's Program Applicants must complete a graduate school application with the following supporting evidence: at least a 3.0 grade point average on previous graduate work or undergraduate major, three professional references, an outline of their career goals, and recent (within the past five years) test scores from the Graduate Record Exam for the MS degree only; no GRE is required for the MEd.
Application Deadlines for Technology Education MEd, MS and EdD Programs
Deadlines are for completed applications:
STEM Education Research Symposium
Friday, March 20, 2015: 4:30-6:30 p.m., Friday Institute on Centennial Campus
Advance registration required for STEM Ed Graduate Student Presenters. Please email:
The symposium is also a great opportunity for prospective students to see what our programs are doing.
STEM Education Graduate Programs:
For registration and further information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated: February 2015