Technology, Engineering, and Design Education
The Technology, Engineering and Design Education Program provides a technical foundation for a variety of employment opportunities including certification as a teacher of technology education. There is currently a strong demand for technology education teachers throughout North Carolina and the nation.
One goal of technology education is to generate a general appreciation and understanding of modern technology. The program focuses on many of the technology skills required by our society as it faces increasing competition in a global economy.
The content of the Technology, Engineering and Design Education Program is organized around content including buildings and structures; the organization of labor, tools and materials; the transportation of people and products from place to place; and the transmission and reception of ideas.
Graduate degrees at the Master's and Doctoral levels in Technology Education are also offered.
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