Graduate Programs

Graduate programs in the School of Applied Sciences, Technology and Education focus on a wide range of teaching and learning skills for application in formal and informal educational settings. Select the degree that fits your career goals and then begin your application.

Agricultural Extension and Education Master of Science (AEE MS)
Emphasizing a wide range of teaching and learning skills, this MS degree allows students to specialize in teaching, Extension/informal education, and adult education. While this degree does not result in a teaching license for public schools, students will develop skills in the areas of instruction, program planning, evaluation and research related to research methodology and statistical applications. A thesis is required. Most of the coursework (30 credits) is available online, requiring few trips to the Logan campus. This degree is recommend for those who will be working in an area of education requiring research in addition to teaching or those seeking a PhD. View program courses.

Career and Technical Education Master of Education (CTE MEd)
This 100% online professional degree program is designed to meet the needs of practicing educators and engage prospective educators in the Career and Technical Education profession. This degree does not require a thesis and can be completed in as little as two years (five semesters, 33 credits). Graduates with a CTE MEd will have the skills to improve their teaching as a highly-qualified teacher and become an educational leader in Career and Technical Education school administration. Graduates work in secondary and post-secondary educational institutions without a formal appointment in research. View program courses.

Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Extension Master of Science (FCSEE MS)
This degree serves to expand academic preparation in the areas of family studies, housing, textiles and clothing, nutrition and food sciences, and management of personal resources. It places emphasis on teaching and curriculum/program development and/or Extension. While this degree does not result in a teaching license for public schools, students will develop skills in the areas of instruction, program planning, evaluation and research related to research methodology and statistical applications. A thesis is required. Most of the coursework (30 credits) is available online, requiring few trips to the Logan campus. This degree is recommend for those who will be working in an area of education requiring research in addition to teaching or those seeking a PhD. View program courses.

Technology and Engineering Education Master of Science (TEE MS)
Students enrolled in this degree program will complete a professional core of courses related to technology and engineering education, and career and technical education. While this degree does not result in a teaching license for public schools, students will develop skills in the areas of instruction, program planning, evaluation and research related to research methodology and statistical applications. A thesis is required. Some of the coursework (30-33 credits) is available online. This degree is recommend for those who will be working in an area of technology and engineering education requiring research in addition to teaching or those seeking a PhD. View program courses.

Curriculum and Instruction Doctorate of Philosophy (Education PhD)
Consider a emphasis in Applied Sciences, Technology, and Education while you earn a Ph.D. in Education with a Curriculum and Instruction (C&I) Specialization. The School of Teacher Education and Leadership (TEAL) in the College of Education and Human Services provides a concentration opportunity for you to focus your coursework and research to further your career aspirations. This degree is useful for those seeking a teaching/research position in a college or university. For more information about the program, visit the 
TEAL website.

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