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The Career and Technical baccalaureate degree is designed for students who are employed as Career and Technical Education instructors and who possess job-relevant competence. Several courses are available via web-based instruction even though courses are typically delivered in a traditional classroom setting providing interaction among teacher education faculty, pre-service teachers, and guest speakers. Opportunities also exist for interpersonal and social contact, observation of non-verbal communication, and role modeling. Emphasis in this program of study is on assisting pre-service teachers with the transition from business/industry to education.
 
Contact Information

Stephanie Davis, Ph.D.

449 Allyn Hall

937-775-2880

stephanie.davis@wright.edu


Contact the Career and Technical Education Program

Links

Ohio ACTE
National ACTE
CTAE
Teacher Education and Licensure
Certification/ license application form

Available NOCTI Assessments:
Candidate Eligibility Policy
Candidate Welcome Letter
Application Form
Cost Comparison
Cancellation/Refund Policy
Credit Award Policy

 

CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Undergraduate licensure


Semester-Based Program beginning fall 2012 semester

Eligible candidates are issued a two-year provisional Ohio CTE license upon acceptance to the program, which is renewed during the program and upon completion, converted to a five-year CTE license. Currently, Ohio does not require CTE Route B candidates to complete a licensing exam. Only candidates that are employed by an Ohio Career Technical school are eligible for consideration of admission to this CTE Route B program. Contact a Teacher Licensure advisors for information. A bachelor's degree completion program is available to candidates who wish to earn the BS Ed degree.

CURRICULUM (LICENSURE) CONTENT    
CTE 4000 Pre-Service Workshop for CTE Teachers 6
CTE 4100 Learning Environment 3
CTE 4150 Career and Technical Education Practicum - Grad 3
CTE 4250 Curriculum and Assessment 3
CTE 4350 Global Engagement 3
CTE 4450 Essentials of CTE 3
ED 4010 Advancing Reading in the Content Area 3

Total Semester hours for Undergraduate Licensure in CTE = 24 credit hours

 

 

CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Graduate licensure


Semester-Based Program beginning fall 2012 semester

Eligible candidates are issued a two-year provisional Ohio CTE license upon acceptance to the program, which is renewed during the program and upon completion, converted to a five-year CTE license. Currently, Ohio does not require CTE Route B candidates to complete a licensing exam. Only candidates that are employed by an Ohio Career Technical school are eligible for consideration of admission to this CTE Route B program. Contact a Teacher Licensure advisors for information. A bachelor's degree completion program is available to candidates who wish to earn the BS Ed degree.

CURRICULUM (LICENSURE) CONTENT   37 hours
CTE 6000 Pre-Service Workshop for CTE Teachers 6
CTE 6100 Learning Environment 3
CTE 6150 Career & Technical Education Practicum - Grad 3
CTE 6250 Curriculum & Assessment 3
CTE 6350 Global Engagement 3
CTE 6450 Essentials of CTE 3
ED 6010 Advancing Reading in the Content Area 3

Total Semester hours for Graduate Licensure in CTE = 24 credit hours


Program information last modified Wednesday, 22nd August, 2012 @ 02:01pm

Credit by Exam

Students admitted into the Career and Technical Education bachelor’s degree program have the opportunity to earn up 30 technical elective credits that may be applied towards the bachelor’s degree.  Earning credits in this way can provide a substantial cost savings for the teacher candidate.

These credits may be earned by successfully completing the National Occupational Competency Testing Institute’s (NOCTI) Experienced Worker Assessment appropriate to the teacher candidate’s licensure area.  Working in cooperation with the Upper Valley Joint Vocational School, the Workforce Education Department is able to provide testing opportunities in twenty-two licensure areas.