Graduate Degrees

Applied Sciences, Technology & Education

Graduate programs in Applied Sciences, Technology & Education focus on a wide-range of teaching and learning skills for application in formal and nonformal educational settings. The goals of these degree programs are to:

  • Increase your effectiveness as an educator.
  • Increase your earning potential.
  • Expand your career options.

Graduate Degree

Select the degree on the below that fits your career goals and change your future by applying today!

Agricultural Extension and Education (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 wil...

Career and Technical Education (MEd)

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 inst...

Career and Technical Education (PhD)

Career and Technical Education PhD graduate degree as part of the Applied Sciences, Technology & Education department in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences at Utah State University

Family and Consumer Sciences Education (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 E...

Technology and Engineering Education (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...

Graduate Study Contacts

Graduate Program Director: Michael Pate
Graduate Program Coordinator: Kate Neeley