Overview

The Technology & Engineering Education program is designed to prepare individuals to teach comprehensive, action-based technology & engineering education. Upon graduation, students will develop technical and teaching competencies to prepare them to teach high school students (grades nine through twelfth grades). Areas of content study include: communication technology; energy & power technology; materials & processes technology; and organization & administration skills.

Requirements for Admission to the Teacher Education Program

What You'll Do

  • Experience real-world involvement in current Technology & Engineering Education programs, preparing them to become successful educators within the high school classroom and lab settings.
  • Take hands-on courses that will prepare them to teach comprehensive, action-based Technology & Engineering Education courses. Examples of content courses include:
    • Electronics & Robotics Courses
    • Woodworking & Welding Courses
    • Construction Courses
    • Machining Courses
    • Engineering Technology Courses
    • Drafting Courses
    • Technical Graphics Courses
    • Content Technique Courses
    • Organization & Administration Courses


What You'll Study

  • PY222 Adolescent Psychology
  • AG303 Agriculture Mechanization
  • CM143 Construction Methods and materials I
  • CM320 Construction Cost Estimating


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