Program Description

This graduate degree will prepare you for advanced teaching, research and administrative positions related to career and technical education.

Program Highlights

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Career and Technical Education (36 hours)

Core Requirements (9 hours)

Course Credits

EDF 538 Teacher as Researcher

3

CI 540 Grad. Seminar in Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

3
CI 531 Critical Pedagogy in Educational Reform 3


Concentration Area (27 hours)

Course Credits

EDF 538 Educational Foundations OR
CI 540 Instructional Leadership

3

CTED 501 Philosophy and Organization of CTE

3

CTED 502 Curriculum Development in CTE

3

CTED 503 Teaching Methods in CTE

3

CTED 504 Administration and Supervision in CTE

3

CTED 505 Professional Technical Education Law

3

CTED 506 Assessment and Evaluation in CTE

3

RED 518 Content Area Literacy

3
SPED 540 High Incidence Disabilities: Theory to Practice 3

Career Pathways

  • Senior faculty (secondary and postsecondary)
  • Lead instructor (business and industry)
  • Instructional leader (secondary and postsecondary)
  • Administrator/Program director (secondary and postsecondary)
  • Administrator/Program director (business and industry)

Scholarships and Financial Assistance

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Advisor

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Associate Professor of Elementary Mathematics, Curriculum and Instruction Graduate Coordinator

Office Location: Education Building (ED), Room 159

Phone: 575.562.2481

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