Graduate CertificateEngineering Education

The College of Applied Studies, in conjunction with the College of Engineering, is proud to offer Wichita State's certificate of engineering education. This graduate certificate will equip you with the knowledge, skills and confidence for a successful career as an engineering educator.

Learn how Engineering Education
is the right fit for you.

 
Young students at Engineering camp at WSU.

Curriculum

The 12-credit-hour certificate provides joint mentorship from College of Applied Studies and College of Engineering faculty. Courses include:

  • Learning Theory and Instruction
  • Principles of Measurement and Program Evaluation
  • Advanced Methods: Developing Critical Thinking and Creative Thought
  • Internship: Developing Critical Thinking and Creative Thought

Admission to the program

There are two paths to admission to the program:

  • Those already enrolled in graduate school need to complete the Graduate Plan of Study form.
  • Prospective students must use the same application as if they are enrolling in graduate school. Select "Non-Degree Admission: Category A."

Inside the Program

WSU expands high school engineering education 

A new program initiated by WSU's National Institute for Aviation Research teaches high schoolers how to use computer-aided design software.

It's the primary software used by Wichita manufacturers and is widely used across the world.

Students will be more prepared for applied learning opportunities once they enter college.