The Master of Arts in Career and Technical Education (CTE), offered by the Department of Technology, is 100 percent online. This degree program is a good choice for those with a bachelor's degree who are interested in Career and Technical Education (formerly known as Vocational Education). The degree is 30 credit hours, and no thesis is required. Courses are offered year round.
For community college faculty, industrial trainers,
or individuals who aspire to attain such positions.
For directors of curriculum and professional development, curriculum managers, or individuals who aspire to attain such positions.
Computer Technology Track
For computer support specialists, system/network administrators, system/network engineers, IT project managers, directors of technology, IT consultants, or individuals who aspire to attain such positions.
For individuals who have specific personal, professional, or career objectives relating to Career & Technical Education, a track can be custom designed for that need.
For researchers in education, private business and industry, or individuals who aspire to attain such positions or pursue future doctoral studies.
Interested in taking that important next step to pursue the master of arts in career and technical education? Apply today, request more information, learn more about tuition and financial aid, and learn the technology you will need and use.
CTE Program Director and Advisor
Edward Lazaros, PhD
Department of Technology
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