American Journal of Engineering Education
- Submissions & Manuscript Guidelines
- Editorial Team
- Acceptance Rate
- Publication & Download Frequencies
Focus and Scope
The American Journal of Engineering Education (AJEE) welcomes articles that bridge the worlds of theory and practice, identify cross-disciplinary and cross-institutional innovation, and describe educational strategies to address the changing role that engineering plays in society and in driving local and global economies.
AJEE is a widely cited, completely open access journal that is an essential for engineering education professionals. Articles may include but are not limited to articles focusing on theory as well as those focusing on practice, assessment and mainstreaming of innovative engineering education strategies. Of particular interest are articles that assess and evaluate programs and strategies designed to promote creativity, critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and a commitment to lifelong learning. Other topics include broadening recruitment in engineering with particular interest in underrepresented populations and increasing student retention in engineering programs.
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How To Cite This Journal
Please cite this journal as “American Journal of Engineering Education” in your references.
Submissions & Manuscript Guidelines
Articles submitted to the Clute Institute for possible journal publication are subjected to a double-blind, peer review process. For submission information and manuscript guidelines, please visit this page.
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Bahram Asiabanpour, Ingram School of Engineering, Texas State University, San Marcos, United States
Editorial Advisory Board
Bahram Asiabanpour, Texas State University, United States
Walter Buchanan, Texas A&M University, United States
Ismail Fidan, Tennessee Tech University, United States
Hannah Gourgey, E3 Alliance, United States
Nilgun Ozer, San Fransisco University, United States
Susan Romanella, Texas State University, San Marcos, United States
Vedaraman Sriraman, Texas State University, San Marcos, United States
William Stapleton, Texas State University, San Marcos, United States
Karl Stephan, Texas State University, San Marcos, United States
Harold Stern, Texas State University, San Marcos, United States
Catherine T. Amelink, Virginia Tech, United States
Saud Aldajah, United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates
Farhad Ameri, Texas State University – San Marcos, United States
Semih Aslan, Texas State University – San Marcos, United States
Michael Casey, Texas State University – San Marcos, United States
Jessica Chin, Northeastern University, United States
Pao-Nan Chou, University of Tainan, Taiwan, Province of China
Elizabeth Creamer, Virginia Tech, United States
Suxia Cui, Prairie View A&M University, United States
Elizabeth Dell, Rochester Institute of Technology, United States
Robert Egbert, Missouri State University, United States
Cassie Elrod, Missouri University of Science & Technology, United States
Tharwat El-Sakran, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Changfeng Ge, Rochester Institute of Technology, United States
Varun Gupta, National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur, India
Jamie Hernandez, Texas State University – San Marcos, United States
Emily Hunt, West Texas A&M University, United States
Soon Jae, Texas State University – San Marcos, United States
Jesus Jimenez, Texas State University – San Marcos, United States
Fredricka Joyner, Indiana University East, United States
Robert Bruce Kelsey, Thomas College, United States
Samuel Kosolapov, ORT Braude Academic College for Engineering, Israel
James Mayrose, State University of New York College at Buffalo, United States
Quamrul H. Mazumder, University of Michigan – Flint, United States
Stan McClellan, Texas State University – San Marcos, United States
Ivana Milanovic, University of Hartford, United States
Susan Murray, Missouri University of Science & Technology, United States
Viatcheslav V. Naoumov, Central Connecticut State University, United States
Araceli Ortiz, Texas State University – San Marcos, United States
David Prescott, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Eduardo Roman-Perez, Texas State University – San Marcos, United States
Nissim Sabag, ORT Braude Academic College for Engineering, Israel
Hassan Salamy, Texas State University – San Marcos, United States
Vivik Sharma, Texas State University – San Marcos, United States
Dietmar Tatzl, University of Applied Sciences, Austria
Gary Winn, West Virginia University, United States
Bin Wu, University of Missouri, United States
Wishah Zoabi, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Open Access Policy
As a condition of publication, the authors must grant the Clute Institute the right to disseminate their manuscript to the widest possible readership in print and electronic format. Authors must also agree to our open access policy, which is to provide immediate open access to our journals on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, remix, tweak, build upon, print, search, or link the full text of the articles in this journal provided that appropriate credit is given.
Code of Publication Ethics
The Clute Institute is committed to upholding the highest standards of journal publication and conference presentation ethics. The Clute Institute and its editors are committed to objective and fair double-blind peer-review of submitted manuscripts for journal publication and conference presentation and will evaluate manuscripts for their intellectual content without regard to race, gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy. Authors submitting their manuscripts must attest that it is their original work and has not been plagiarized. Submitting the same manuscript to more than one journal concurrently is unethical and unacceptable. Reviewers must comply with the Clute Institute Code of Ethics in all respects.
Authors should avoid submitting a paper for journal publication or conference presentation with text that is duplicated elsewhere without appropriate credit. The plagiarism of the works of another author is unethical, not to mention damaging to the reputation of the publisher, author, and the author’s institution. Articles containing plagiarism will be removed from publication and will be reported to the proper authorities. Equally serious, but less obvious, is unintentional electronic copying and pasting of text without appropriate credit. Being found guilty of intentional plagiarism can negate a lifetime of achievements and needs to be taken very seriously. The Clute Institute recommends that authors use plagiarism detection software to insure that text is not accidentally pasted into their manuscript without appropriate credit.
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Copernicus Journal Master List impact rating for 2012: 5.46
The overall acceptance rate for the American Journal of Engineering Education is 21% to 30%.
AJEE is published twice a year. Months of distribution are: June and December.
Note: The number of downloads found below are understated. Our journals were first uploaded open access in July of 2011 and we do not have download data prior to that date. Download frequencies are updated on a quarterly basis.
Downloads Per Journal (as of June 2014)
Articles published in this journal have been downloaded an average of 531 times. Click here for more details.
Downloads Per Article (as of June 2014)
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