Due to the cancellations and/or postponements of the GMAT and GRE exams in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Office of the Graduate School is waiving the GMAT/GRE admission requirement for the Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021 for some programs. This program will be waiving the GRE. To see the list of programs that are still requiring the GRE, please visit the Office of the Graduate School’s Test Score Requirements Notice.
The Ph.D. in Engineering with concentration in Engineering Education is an interdisciplinary program that incorporates theory and practice, so students are prepared to be teachers and scholars in the emerging field of engineering education. Graduates of the doctoral program will be able to conduct and direct research in engineering education, develop, review, and critique effective research designs, effectively teach engineering subjects, design and assess engineering programs, and address critical issues facing engineering education.
Some potential careers would be in engineering policy, corporate training and management, educational technology development, university assessment, university administration, academia, research and scholarship.
Individuals interesteding in developing the field of engineering education as well as those with a background and formal training in engineering should consider this degree.