About This Minor
The Technology and Engineering Education minor at Utah State University allows students in education programs to add an additional endorsement area to their credentials.
This minor addresses the shortage of technology and engineering teachers in Utah and enhances the marketability of students in other fields of education.
What You Will Learn
Students will learn various aspects of technology and engineering education, including graphic communication technologies, computer systems and networking, energy, power, transportation systems control technology, material processing systems, construction and estimating, and computer-aided drafting and design.
Career And Outcomes
- Middle School Technology and Engineering Teacher
- High School Technology and Engineering Teacher
- Curriculum Developer for Technology and Engineering Education
- STEM Education Specialist
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