Are you interested in an interdisciplinary engineering science major that leads to a career as an engineering educator? Would you like to obtain a teaching license in engineering and technology education while pursuing an engineering degree? Do you want to work in a hands-on environment, teaching students about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)? Does combining strong backgrounds in engineering and education appeal to you? If your answer is a "yes" to any of these questions then perhaps majoring in engineering science with a concentration in engineering education is for you.
Engineering science is an interdisciplinary major that allows students to acquire a strong base in mathematics, the physical sciences, and engineering fundamentals while pursuing a broad background to teach engineering design in exciting hands-on technology education laboratories in secondary schools.
The engineering education concentration provides students with the engineering and teaching experience to enter junior and senior high school laboratories to teach engineering design principles and concepts in an exciting engineering and technology education classroom. The technical electives are chosen predominantly from the departments of Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Chemical and Biological Engineering. Colorado State University Engineering Science graduates are well prepared for a professional career in both engineering and teaching and when combined with professional engineering experience, enjoy a greater than 90% pass rate on the Fundamentals of Engineering Professional Exam.