INDUSTRIAL (VOCATIONAL, CAREER, AND TECHNICAL) EDUCATION Program
This degree program (reference number 599) is designed to meet the increasing need for more and better qualified teachers in the nation’s expanding programs of vocational-industrial and technology education.
Industrial Education Components
Credits are selected from the specialization components of the curriculum standards for the High School Certificate Degree Program with an area of concentration in Industrial Education-Preparation and Orientation Levels (Technology Education).
Eighteen hours of credit may be earned by passing the written and performance components of the competency exam administered by the National Occupational Competency Testing Institute. The competency exam must be in the teaching field (Preparation only).
Work Experience: 4,000 clock hours of supervised work experience or four years of successful and appropriate occupational experience in the teaching area (two of the four years must have been within the last five years). Total 48 hours.
Professional Education Component - Preparation (23 hours)
PSY 310 - 3 hours
AMS 330 - 1 hour
EXED 330 - 3 hours
AMS 331 - 3 hours
AMS 329 - 3 hours
AMS 333 - 3 hours
AMS 334 - 3 hours
AMS 435 - 4 hours
(SEC 435 must be completed for 8 hours of credit. Four years of teaching experience may substitute for 4 hours of student teaching).
Four-year degree program
Program Flow Chart
Program Grade Requirements
Colonnade Program Information
Pre-Major to Major Transition Requirements
Program Coordinator: Brent Askins, Ph.D., Professor