Stand Out in Your Field
The technology and engineering education master's program is designed for professionals who want to improve their knowledge and skills in curriculum development, research methods, current educational theory, and evaluation and assessment. If you are working in an area of education requiring research and teaching in technology and engineering or career and technical education, this program is for you.
Degree at a Glance
*This estimation reflects three semesters of tuition and fees for in-state part-time resident students using the 2021-2022 Tuition & Fee schedule. Final tuition and fees may vary on a case by case basis. Please contact the Utah State University registrar’s department, or see the last page in the USU Tuition & Fee schedule for full information regarding tuition and fees.
Career Outlook for Graduates
Graduates are generally teachers who wish to obtain a master's degree to increase their pay scale. With this degree in hand, you can get promotions in your current teaching job, or pursue a career in the technology and engineering industry.
- Postsecondary Engineering Teacher – $101,720
- Instructional Coordinator – $64,450
- Industrial Safety and Health Engineers – $89,130
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Why Earn a Technology & Engineering Education Degree from USU Online
You will complete professional courses related to both technology and engineering education, as well as career and technical education. By working regularly with you chair and committee members, you will produce thesis research you can use in your current profession. All coursework can be completed online, and you will have regular access to team up with USU faculty members who have real-world experience.
Resources for Online Students
For online students based in Utah, resources such as local support, study spaces, BlueZone WiFi, and testing services, are available at the statewide campus nearest to them. Students both in-state and out-of-state have access to virtual services provided from various organizations and offices based at Logan main campus. See our Student Resources page for more information.
International students studying at USU on the F-1 or J-1 visa must have the majority of their classes each semester be face-to-face in order to meet the physical presence requirement to maintain their visa status. Students on the F-1 visa must enroll in classes at the Logan or USU Eastern campuses. Students on the J-1 visa must enroll in classes at the Logan campus.
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