Technology Education (M.S.)

Technology Education (M.S.)

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Pursuing a degree in Technology Education will give you a sound philosophy and contemporary strategies for teaching technology. You will conduct research related to social, cultural, environmental or technical concerns related to the implementation of technology. You'll choose from courses in woods, metals, CAD design and more.

Program Highlights

  • Federal TEACH Grant program offers up to $4,000 a year for graduate students seeking to become technology educators.
  • Headley Hall is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and instrumentation including a new manufacturing center, an environmental instrumentation center, a CAD center and more.
  • Classes available evenings and in summer workshops to accommodate adult learners.
  • Portfolio-based program available for those with an existing bachelor's degree who are seeking a career and technical education license
  • Courses taken through our CTE license program are counted toward this degree. 

Program Distinctions

Student Organizations

Application Deadlines

U.S. Citizens International
Outside U.S.
Inside U.S.
Fall July 15/Rolling May 15/Rolling July 15/Rolling
Spring Dec. 1/Rolling Oct. 1/Rolling Dec. 1/Rolling
Summer April 15/Rolling Feb. 1/Rolling April 15/Rolling

Degree Levels

Licensure Graduate Certificate Master Post-Master Doctorate

Delivery Options

St. CLoud (on campus) Online Synchronous online St. Cloud State at Plymouth Evenings/Weekends

Graduate Director

Dr. Kurt Helgeson

Popular Careers

  • High school technology teacher
  • Middle school technology teacher
  • Community college instructor
  • Industry CAD designer

University Facts & Stats

  • 60 graduate programs leading to graduate certificates, master’s and doctoral degrees
  • More than 200 graduate assistantships awarded per year
  • Graduate assistants receive up to a $9,250 stipend per year and tuition reimbursement for up to eight graduate credits per semester.

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