Graduate Course Catalog

To view the individual course descriptions, go to the Graduate Catalogue.

Previous graduate coursework may be substitutable for select courses in the Director of Career and Technical Education curriculum. Your specific circumstance will be evaluated by a member of the faculty at the time of admission. While course sequencing is generally patterned, the curriculum is sufficiently flexible that a person can begin coursework in any semester or over the summer, although a fall start is generally optimum.

CTE 671 Philosophy of Career and Technical Education (3 hours)

CTE 682 Organization and Administration of Career and Technical Education (3 hours)

EDLR 650 Foundations of Educational Leadership (3 hours)

EDLR 655 Legal Aspects of School Administration (3 hours)

EDLR 754 School Business Administration (3 hours)

TMGT 659 Professional Internship (3 hours)

Choose from one of the following

CTE 581 Organization and Coordination of Vocational Education (3 hours)
(Also listed as Administrative Systems and Business Education 581 and Family and Consumer Sciences 581)

CTE 584 Post-Secondary Technical Education (3 hours)

HRD 605 Developing Performance Based Occupational Curriculum (3 hours)

Choose from two of the following

CIMT 611 Measurement and Evaluation in Education (3 hours)

HRD 695 Rationale and Evaluation of HRD Programs (3 hours) (Prerequisite: 670)

SPED 674 Administration of Special Education (3 hours)

TMGT 698 Research Methods (3 hours)

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BEIT 571 Coordination Techniques for Cooperative Education and In-School Laboratories (3 hours)

BEIT 581 Foundations of Career and Technical Education (3 hours)

CTE 583 Implementation and Administration of Career and Technical Education Organizations (3 hours)

FCS 694 Curriculum Development in Family and Consumer Sciences (3 hours) (Prerequisites: 391)

FCS 695 Evaluation in Family and Consumer Sciences (3 hours)