Technology education MSED
The master of science in education degree, major in technology education, in combination with three years of appropriate successful teaching experience, successful completion of the New York State-approved certification examinations, and all other criteria qualifies the graduate to meet New York State professional certification requirements to teach technology education in grades kindergarten through 12. It requires the completion of a minimum of 30 credit hours of graduate level work. The degree program is primarily designed to enable students to become more effective in their roles as technology education teachers. Directed coursework electives enable students to pursue individual scholarship and professional needs and interests in the arts and sciences and professional studies.
A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college, with a major in technology education, is required. Applicants who do not qualify for regular admission can be recommended for conditional admission. They will be permitted to complete three specified courses and then continue to a final admission review.
This program is only available to students holding provisional or initial certification and seeking professional certification in Technology Education.
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