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education with CTE Program Director and Advisor Edward Lazaros. The video link will be sent to your e-mail immediately.
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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