You must take 30 credit hours for master's in technology education degree. All courses listed below are 3 credit hours each, unless otherwise indicated.
Professional Core, 15 credit hours
Choose five courses:
- TEDU 510 Technology: Use and Assessment
- TEDU 635 Implementing Technology Education
- *TEDU 690 History and Philosophy of Technology Education (not for those with credit in TEDU 568)
- *TEDU 691 Strategies and Materials for Teaching Technology Education (not for those with credit in TEDU 552)
- TEDU 694 Curriculum Development in Technology Education
- TEDU 698 Seminar in Technology Education
Research Requirements, 3 credit hours required
- TEDU 699 Research in Technical Education (required)
- CRPR 698 Creative Project
- RES 697 Rsearch Paper
- THES 698 Thesis (1–6 credit hours)
Directed Electives, to achieve at least 30 total credit hours
These courses are subject to advisor approval.
- EDPS 641 Statistical Methods in Educational and Psychological Research (3 credit hours)
- TEDU 550 Career and Technical Student Organizations
- TEDU 695 Curriculum Evaluation in Technical Education
- Other electives or transfer credits subject to approval by your program advisor, such as:
- Courses from the methods in education and psychological research
- Courses from the this program (except TEDU 552 and TEDU 568)
- Other electives or transfer credits approved by your advisor
* Note: Master of arts in technology education students should not enroll in TEDU 552 or TEDU 568, but instead enroll in the parallel courses TEDU 691 and TEDU 690.