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Technology Education (MEd)

Please note: This program is currently on hold and not accepting any new students.

Degree Overview

The Master’s of Education in Technology Education Program leads to professional licensure (5-12) in the field of technology/engineering education.

This is a 39-credit program designed to fill the requirements for professional licensure as a technology/engineering education teacher and to meet the needs of the practicing teacher with prior preparation and experience. In addition, the program aims to:

  • Demonstrate the application of a wide range of knowledge in the area of technology education, including the technologies of manufacturing, communications, construction, power, energy and transportation
  • Prepare teachers to design, implement, and assess the most contemporary teaching strategies and approaches in technology/engineering education
  • Enable teachers to acquire skills in developing and working with tools, machines and materials
  • Explore relationships among technology/engineering education, career awareness, math, science and other fields of knowledge
  • Implement unique problem-oriented strategies for diverse and exceptional student populations

Requirements and Curriculum

Professional Licensure

Program Prerequisite

  • Initial Licensure or Professional Certification

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Admissions

Completed applications are reviewed on a rolling admission basis. Don't delay, get your application in today!

Delivery

Online and on-campus courses offered in the evenings with some day courses during the summer.

Total Credits

39 credits

Program Cost

Tuition and fees

Time Frame

While you can complete the program in as few as 2 years, you have 6 years to complete the program.

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