Certificate of Engineering Education
The CEED program is the only 100% online certification program for engineers in teaching and training roles who are seeking to improve their learning outcomes in educational settings. Developed by leading practitioners and researchers in Engineering Education, this program is designed for current or future engineering professors, instructors at universities and community colleges, and engineering trainers in industry.
Through completion of this program, participants will:
- Build an evidence-based teaching portfolio demonstrating competency in instructional practices and curriculum development
- Distinguish themselves in the hiring, promotion, or tenure process
- Enhance professional skills by developing innovative and engaging teaching practices
This two-semester program consists of four courses each lasting seven weeks and a concurrent teaching internship in the areas of:
- Effective teaching and learning
- Engineering course design
- Assessment of learning and teaching
- E-learning course development
Through active, discussion-based courses, participants will apply educational theory and tools to improve learning outcomes by:
- Implementing innovative teaching practices
- Improving learners’ thought processes, analytical, and problem-solving skills
- Creating effective learning assessments
- Using assessment data and student evaluations to improve learning outcomes
To be considered for admission, candidates must:
- Possess a bachelor’s degree or higher in an engineering discipline
- Complete a formal application to USU via the Apply Now button to the right.
The average tuition cost for this two-semester program is $7,600 (varies based on residency status; see USU tuition and fee schedule).
|EEDC 6450||Principles of Engineering Teaching
|3 cr||EEDC 6090||Engineering Course Design||3 cr|
|EEDC 6150||Assessing Learning and Teaching
|3 cr||EEDC 7310||E-Learing Course and
Training Development in Engineering
|EEDC 7900*||Teaching Internship in Engineering Education||1 cr|
Our 1-year, 13-credit program is divided into four 7-week courses.
Students can enter the program for both spring and fall sessions.
*The teaching internship component is completed throughout the program.