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Graduate Courses Taught



EED 6090 - Developing an Online Educational Curriculum

Credits:

Reviews the basic principles and practices of curriculum development required for an online course in any educational program. The emphasis of this course is placed on the integration of research findings and best practices into online course design.

Semesters(s) Traditionally Offered: Spring, Taught Alternate Years

EED 6910 - Special Topics in Engineering Education

1 - 3  Credits:

Graduate level independent or group study of engineering education related topics not covered in regular course offerings.

Repeatable for credit

Semesters(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

EED 7010 - The Role of Cognition in Engineering Education

Credits:

Study of cognitive science and research relating to engineering education.

Semesters(s) Traditionally Offered: Spring, Alternate Years

EED 7020 - Design Thinking in Engineering and Technology

Credits:

Engineering design as applied to technology education.

Semesters(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall, Spring

EED 7030 - Engineering Design and Analysis for Technology Education

Credits:

Engineering design methodology for technology education teacher educators. Focuses on science principles and predictive mathematics comprising the engineering sciences needed to solve problems in a design framework that is analytical, predictive, and repeatable.

Semesters(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall, Spring

EED 7040 - Qualitative Methods in Engineering Education

Credits:

Essential principles and practices of qualitative research methods typically used in engineering education research will be introduced. The emphasis of the course will be placed on the development and proposal design for a qualitative research project with an engineering education context.

Semesters(s) Traditionally Offered: Spring, Alternate Years

Effective Term Spring

EED 7230 - Foundations of Engineering Education

Credits:

Investigation of the history, philosophy, and foundations of engineering education within social, political, and economic contexts. Analysis of important works of historical and modern philosophers, educators, and leaders, to help students gain an understanding of the status of engineering education.

Semesters(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall, Alternate Years

EED 7460 - Finance and Grant Writing

Credits:

Procedures for the financial administration of industrial education monies. Budget preparation, budget operation and control, and school accounting. In-depth review of steps and techniques needed for grant writing.

Semesters(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

EED 7500 - Internationalizing Institutions of Higher Education

Credits:

Explores the need and methodology of internationalizing higher education institutions, with the purpose of understanding the global society and delivering education worldwide.

Semesters(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

EED 7810 - Research Seminar

Credits:

Identification of research problems, consideration of research strategies and methods, application of research and statistical concepts in departmental focus, and interaction with faculty.

Repeatable for credit.

Pass/Fail only.

Semesters(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

EED 7900 - Independent Study

1 - 3  Credits:

Individually directed reading and conference.

Prerequisite/Restrition: Approval of department

Semesters(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

EED 7970 - Dissertation Research

1 - 15  Credits:

Repeatable for credit

Semesters(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

EED 7990 - Continuing Graduate Advisement

1 - 3  Credits:

Repeatable for credit.

Pass/Fail only.

Semesters(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer