Department of Technological Studies
School of Engineering
The College of New Jersey
The College of New Jersey has a tenure track faculty position in STEM education. The position is within the Department of Technological Studies in the School of Engineering. The Department has created a series of STEM focused K-12 education majors. For example, started in 1998, our M/S/T (STEM) major is one of the largest K-5 majors on campus and is producing integrative-STEM literate K-5 and middle school teachers. Additionally, the department was one of the first programs to create a technology education K-12 program with a strong emphasis on math, engineering and science. The department is taking leadership in K-12 STEM education and is establishing a national dialog between engineering and education professionals. Our vision is to graduate the next generation of educational leaders. The Department consists of 5 faculty members, a Center for Excellence in STEM Education, and offers four year programs that lead to Bachelor of Science degrees in Technology/Pre-Engineering Education, M/S/T Elementary Education, M/S/T Early Childhood Education, M/S/T Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education, M/S/T Special Education, M/S/T Urban Education and a Masters in the Art of Teaching (M.A.T) in Technology/Pre-Engineering Education. There are currently 210 students enrolled in these programs.
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