Designed for those with a baccalaureate degree in technology education or vocational education and want increased awareness and knowledge of current issues and trends in occupational education.
- Develop your professional competencies in relation to your career goals in occupational education
- Conduct an advanced study of the principles and practices of educational research
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Earn your master's degree in as little as three years. Learn more about our
M.Ed. in Occupational Education.
The MEd in Occupational Education degree consists of 36 credits to be completed in a suggested sequence within six years. The course sequence has been designed to ensure quality and provide flexibility to serve the variety of student interests and professional needs. A program advisor assists each student with the planned sequence, and advises the selection electives (12 semester hours) to meet individual goals and interests.
- Standard certification or vocational teacher approval
Accredited by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (MA DOE). Affiliated with the Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators (MAVA).
Career opportunities include but are not limited to:
- Vocational Technical Instructor
- Cooperative Education Coordinator
- Vocational Program Director or Coordinator
While you can complete the program in as few as three years, you have six years to complete the program.
Curriculum and Other Information
Completed applications are reviewed on a rolling admission basis. Admissions requirements are as follows:
- An official transcript of a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution
- Three letters of recommendation
- Professional resume
- Official transcripts of graduate level course work from a regionally accredited institution (if applicable)
- Graduate application and fee
- An essay, no more than one page in length, in response to one of the following questions:
- Tell us about a positive situation in which you helped a person and made a significant difference in that person’s life.
- What are the most important factors in establishing a long-term working relationship with students, friends, etc.?
- Tell us about a significant event that involved you in a teaching or helping mode.
- Describe the situation as it occurred at the time.
- What did you do in that particular situation?
- How did you feel about the situation at the time you were experiencing it?
- How do you feel about the situation now?
- What would you change, if anything?
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