Career Education, Specialist Certificate
The Career Education Specialist Certificate is designed for educators who place and supervise vocational-technical students. This program provides growth opportunities to assure that candidates acquire a broad theoretical and practical background. These courses are project-based, and candidates leave with applications that can be used in their particular school settings.
The courses in the Career Education Specialist sequence are designed to advance professional skills and intellectual development within the framework of contemporary education and technology. In addition, these five courses, when combined with other State requirements, can be applied to a variety of endorsements: Cooperative Education Coordinator; Cooperative Education Coordinator-Hazardous Occupations; and/or County Apprenticeship Coordinator.
All of the courses in the Career Education Specialist Certificate count towards the Master’s Degree in Educational Technology with a Specialization in Career Education.
After completing the Career Education Specialist Certificate, candidates only need to take the seven courses listed below to obtain a Master’s Degree in Educational Technology with a Specialization in Career Education.
The Career Education Specialist Certificate courses (15 credits) plus:
|Career Education Specialist Certificate courses||15|
|EDTC 614||Introduction to Distance Learning||3|
|EDTC 618||Learning Theories, Motivation, & Relationship to Technology||3|
|EDTC 622||Research Applications in Educational Technology I (Fall only)||3|
|EDTC 627||Seminar: Current Issues and Trends in Educational Technology||3|
|EDTC 628||Research Applications in Educational technology II (Spring only)||3|
|EDTC 631||Administration and Supervision of Technology in Educational Settings||3|
|EDTC 642||Introduction to Authoring Tools||3|