Eastern New Mexico University's BCTE program aims to help students explore career options in the industry and teaching professions. CTE programs are designed for students to develop their leadership and 21st-century essential skills by developing academic and employability skills necessary for the workforce. This bachelor's degree provides personalized learning opportunities focused on understanding learners' diversity and today's global workforce. This program offers an online degree plan that allows CTE leaders to achieve their professional goals.
- Business strategies and leadership skills
- Teaching strategies
- Classroom engagement
- Experience with a diverse workforce
- Global perspective
- Secondary CTE Teachers/Administrators
- Post-Secondary Instructors/Directors
- CTE Coordinators
- Professional Development Trainers/Specialists
- Business Leaders
Organizations and Opportunities
You can opt to join educationally centered organizations that will allow you to acclimate with the other educationally oriented career students. BCTE also contains an element of management so you may also want to join organizations centered on business development. BCTE majors take part in a program that covers many topics and offers many opportunities for growth.
Scholarships and Financial Assistance
Eastern New Mexico University is committed to helping you finance your education. You can find more information about admissions scholarships and financial assistance available to students. Qualified students can apply for funds through programs to support minority groups in science and research led by faculty. ENMU BCTE students can qualify for TEACH grants.
Additional Degree Info
On the degree plan section of our site, you can find additional information about the Bachelor of Career and Technical Education. You can also find the courses you will take when you're a career and technical education major at Eastern.
The BCTE program is designed for students who possess or will meet the requirements for an applied associate degree in a technical field. In order to fulfill their degree requirements, students must transfer a minimum of 30 credits related to career and technical instruction.
Connect with us on Social Media: