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Technology Education 5-12 Licensure Concentration


The technology education 5-12 licensure concentration prepares for careers in teaching. This is done with an underpinning in science and technology reinforced with the methods of teaching and pedagogy. In the licensure concentration, you must complete two stage reviews in order to proceed in this concentration. 

In this Program 

You will:

  • Meet the Commonwealth of Massachusetts initial 5-12 teacher licensure requirements upon graduation.

Additionally, the applied science and technology program is designed to provide you with the following outcomes:

  • An ability to identify, formulate, and solve broadly defined technical or scientific problems by applying knowledge of mathematics and science and/or technical topics to areas relevant to the discipline
  • An ability to formulate or design a system, process, procedure or program to meet desired needs
  • An ability to develop and conduct experiments or test hypotheses, analyze and interpret data and use scientific judgment to draw conclusions
  • An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences
  • An ability to understand ethical and professional responsibilities and the impact of technical and/or scientific solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
  • An ability to function effectively on teams that establish goals, plan tasks, meet deadlines, and analyze risk and uncertainty

Student Testimonial

“Because of what I found here at Fitchburg, it gave me purpose, it gave me foundations, it gave me a work ethic.”    Brigadier General Fred Henry (’83) US Army (Ret)

Career Opportunities

Students who choose to pursue the technology education 5-12 licensure concentration are open to careers as licensed educators meeting Massachusett’s initial licensure requirements. 

Experiential Opportunities

Team learning experiences, undergraduate research opportunities, and the senior teaching practicums highlight this concentration.

There are three ways technology education majors can study abroad: short-term faculty-led programs, exchange/direct enroll programs, and outside provider-led programs.

Student Groups

Technology Engineering Education Collegiate Association (TEECA)
AGC Students Chapter
NAHB students Chapter

Requirements and Curriculum

Program Core Courses

  • ENGT 1020 Engineering Graphics 3 cr.
  • ENGT 1050 Technical Analysis 3 cr.
  • ENGT 2020 Statics and Dynamics 3 cr.
  • ENGT 2030 Material Testing & Quality Control 3 cr.
  • ENGT 2035 Building Construction Systems 4 cr.
  • ENGT 3000 Energy & Sustainable Practices 3 cr.
  • CMGT 3010 Building Design 4 cr. 
  • CMGT 3022 Surveying 3 cr. 
  • ENGT 3025 Engineering Design: Fabrication Sys. I 3 cr.
  • ENGT 3026 Engineering Design: Fabrication Sys. II 3 cr.
  • CMGT 3030 MEP & HVAC Systems 3 cr.
  • CMGT 3035 OSHA: Safety & Risk Management 3 cr.
  • CMGT 4040 Construction Law & Legal Systems 3 cr. 
  • CMGT 4100 Communications & Transportation Technologies 3 cr. 

Program Designated Liberal Arts and Science Courses

  • ECON 1100 Principles of Economics - Macro 3 cr. 
  • ENGT 1700 Evolution of Engineering Technology 3 cr.
  • GEOG 3120 Computer Cartography 3 cr.
  • MATH 1300 Precalculus 4 cr.
  • PHYS 2300 General Physics I 4 cr.

Additional Technology Education 5-12 Licensure Track Concentration Courses

  • ENGT 1000 Electrical Systems and Circuits 3 cr.
  • ENGT 2010 Introduction to Technology/Engineering Education 3 cr.
  • ENGT 3100 Communication & Transportation Technologies 3 cr.
  • ENGT 3810 Curriculum Development 3 cr.
  • EDUC 3122 Sheltered English Immersion 3 cr.
  • SPED 3800 Special Education for Adolescents (14-22) with Disabilities 3 cr.
  • ENGT 4862 Practicum I 6 cr.
  • ENGT 4864 Practicum II 6 cr.


Students can pursue a teaching career in two optional tracks: Commonwealth of Massachusetts initial 5-12 teacher licensure or non-licensure technology education and industry training.