FIU’s new school dedicated to engineering and computing education research and curricular transformation

The school offers two new degree programs: a bachelor of science in Interdisciplinary Engineering and a doctorate in Engineering and Computing Education. We are currently recruiting new faculty to join a college-wide community of engineering and computing education researchers, as well as an FIU-wide community of discipline-based education researchers.

See our open positions for faculty and staff


Save the date –

The School of Universal Computing, Construction, and Engineering Education (SUCCEED) invites you to join us on November 28th for its Engineering & Computing Education Ph.D. Program Open House for Fall 2023 admission. The open house will include a poster presentation showcase by current Ph.D. students, networking with faculty and research community members of SUCCEED, and a chance to learn how our program can be a right fit for you! 

We’re excited to show you how the first engineering and computing education program at a minority-serving institution meets the critical needs facing engineering students, particularly in equity, diversity, and inclusion. Attendees can also attend the Engineering & Computing Education Research Methods in Context graduate course instructed by Dr. Alexandra Coso Strong after the event to get a sense of what our courses are like. 

Click here to confirm your registration today!