Career Development


Graduate Programs with Teaching/Education Emphasis

EECS PhD students can pursue teaching as their outside minor. CS 5th year MS students who focus on education can fund their program through GSI appointments (unlike most other 5th year MS students) and pursue a project related to education technology with us. Popular projects focus on some combination of developing and deploying courseware in EECS and non-EECS courses, and doing quantitative experiments to determine the effects of the courseware.

SESAME (Studies in Engineering, Science, and Mathematics Education)

The SESAME program leads to a doctoral degree in science, mathematics, technology, or engineering education. The program is designed to give graduates advanced expertise in a STEM discipline as well as in educational theory and research methodologies. SESAME produces scholars who can communicate effectively with scientists and engineers as well as with educational researchers and practitioners. SESAME students are expected to have or be in the process of obtaining at least Masters-level competency in their STEM discipline.

Part-time, summer, full-time opportunities to teach CS

Teaching-Related Certificates