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education with CTE program director and advisor, Edward Lazaros.
Ball State's master of arts program in career and technical education (CTE) can help you become an effective educator and professional leader.
It is a particularly good choice for those with a bachelor’s degree who are interested in
career and technical education (CTE) (formerly known as vocational education).
Many Options to Meet Your Career Goals
This 30-hour, online degree program, which does not require a thesis, offers the following tracks:
Benefits of a Master's in CTE from Ball State:
Learn more about admission requirements and what courses you will take, or request more information.
Key Program Contacts:
While the degree does not include teacher licensure, it may still help you meet your particular licensing needs within your state. Please consult your state/provincial teacher licensing office as needed.
Courses in this program may be applied toward a director of career and technical education license.
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