2019-2020 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED]
Career and Technical Education, M.S.
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The Master of Science in Career and Technical Education (MSCTE) program is designed for working professionals who focus on preparing youth or adults for successful careers through secondary, postsecondary, and adult education programs as well as private sector training programs. This program provides an opportunity for learners to build a solid knowledge base that supports further discipline-specific understanding and the development of leadership skills. People who complete this degree are working in leadership positions within education and business and industry.
To be admitted with full status to this program, the applicant must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and have an overall grade point average of at least 2.75. The applicant must also demonstrate career goals that align with the objectives of the program by submitting a goal statement and resume, and submit two letters of recommendation from current or former supervisors indicating characteristics and experience that make them a good candidate for the program.
A deficiency in these admission requirements does not preclude admission, but may involve additional steps to obtain full admission to the program.
Primary Evaluation Processes
The primary processes used to evaluate program and academic progress include course grades, research evaluation, certification of program completion, and the following program specific processes: application; degree candidacy; and intent to graduate.
One-half (50%) of the minimum credits required for graduation from this program must be in graduate-level only (700/800) courses.
Additional requirements for this degree include (a) completion of at least 30 semester hours of graduate credit with an overall graduate grade point average of 3.0 or better; (b) approval for degree candidacy at the appropriate time; and (c) a course distribution which is outlined here:
Master of Science Degree
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