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PROSPERITY CONSULTING GROUP

Architect – Engineer - Planner

18501 Vidora Dr. #A Rowland Hts, Ca 91748

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PROSPERITY CONSULTING GROUP

Architect – Engineer - Planner

18501 Vidora Dr. #A Rowland Hts, Ca 91748

www.e-Architect.us

www.e-Engineer.us

www.e-Planner.us

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Engineering education
Engineering education is the activity of teaching engineering and technology, at school, college and university levels. The goal of engineering education is to prepare people to practice engineering as a profession and also to spread technological literacy, increase student interest in technical careers through science and math education and hands-on learning. Engineering education often begins with technology education in K-12 schools and is continued at college and university. (Douglas, Iverson & Kalyandurg, 2004). Engineering education is a part of the STEM initiative in United States public schools. The National Science Foundation is supporting research in Engineering Education through the National Center for Engineering and Technology Education among others.
Service-learning in engineering education is gaining popularity within the variety of disciplinary focuses within engineering education including mechanical engineering, construction science, computer science and engineering, electrical engineering, and other forms of related education.
Degree programs
In response to the growing STEM initiative, in 2005, Purdue University began offering the first doctoral program in Engineering Education. Since then, various degree programs and centers have been announced and/or created.
Centers
Colorado School of Mines Center for Engineering Education
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