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  Sep 25, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-18

Industrial Technology Education Major


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The Industrial Technology Education group major is designed to prepare teachers of industrial technology education (formerly known as industrial technology or industrial arts) for middle, junior, and senior high schools. The student must complete the group major in Industrial Technology Education and an approved teachable minor offered for Secondary Education Curriculum or a vocational minor in Drafting or Graphic Arts. Students who complete the requirements for the vocational minor are eligible for vocational certification.

1. Minimum Hours Required For This Curriculum (135 hours)


2. General Education Requirements (37 hours)


3. Required Cognates (5 hours)


5. Approved Minor for Secondary Education Curriculum (min 20 hours)


Each student must choose a teachable vocational minor or a secondary education non-vocational minor.

Approved vocational minors are Drafting or Graphic Arts and require 4000 of recent (within 6 years of degree completion) and relevant (drafting or graphic arts) work. Vocational minor requirements are listed in the Vocational-Technical Minor” section of the catalog.

Approved non-vocational minors are listed in the “Secondary Education Curriculum” section of the catalog.

7. Directed Internship (12 hours)


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