The Engineering Education Department at Utah State University is actively seeking graduate student applicants for the upcoming academic year. The Ph.D. program in Engineering offers engineering and/or computer science M.S. students with the opportunity to obtain a Ph.D. in Engineering Education. This unique program is one of three established programs in the nation that offers its students with a blend of educational research topics that impact engineering and the larger STEM community. This is an excellent opportunity for any engineering graduate who has a passion to teach and/or would like to nurture their instructional skills further. The Ph.D. degree in our department is a 3-year program for any full time graduate student admitted into the program. Accepted applicants should expect to become familiar with the theory and practice of engineering education, develop engineering curriculum and assess P-12 and university courses. These are increasingly sought positions in academia and with educational organizations whose goal is to increase the STEM pipeline in our nation. Information about our emerging program and the application process can be found in http://eed.usu.edu/htm/students/degree-information. Any interested applicants are encouraged to apply and/or communicate with the graduate student committee chair, Dr. Ning Fang (ning.fang@usu.edu) or at (435) 797-2948.

The Engineering Education Department at Utah State University is actively seeking graduate student applicants for the upcoming academic year. The Ph.D. program in Engineering offers engineering and/or computer science M.S. students with the opportunity to obtain a Ph.D. in Engineering Education. This unique program is one of three established programs in the nation that offers its students with a blend of educational research topics that impact engineering and the larger STEM community. This is an excellent opportunity for any engineering graduate who has a passion to teach and/or would like to nurture their instructional skills further. The Ph.D. degree in our department is a 3-year program for any full time graduate student admitted into the program. Accepted applicants should expect to become familiar with the theory and practice of engineering education, develop engineering curriculum and assess P-12 and university courses. These are increasingly sought positions in academia and with educational organizations whose goal is to increase the STEM pipeline in our nation. Information about our emerging program and the application process can be found in http://eed.usu.edu/htm/students/degree-information. Any interested applicants are encouraged to apply and/or communicate with the graduate student committee chair, Dr. Ning Fang (ning.fang@usu.edu) or at (435) 797-2948.