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Graduate Catalog 2018-19 
    
Graduate Catalog 2018-19 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Master of Arts in Workforce Education, Development and Leadership


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Advisor: R. Adam Manley
Room 3603, Kohrman Hall

This 30-hour degree program includes course work that will strengthen students’ abilities to teach workforce education and development and to assist in developing and implementing new programs or curricula.  The program is flexible to provide advanced techniques for teachers and career preparation for administrators, supervisors, counselors, coordinators, and for any other specialized positions in the workforce education areas of business education, family and consumer sciences, and industrial-technical education.

The Master of Arts in Workforce Education, Development, and Leadership is designed for bachelor’s graduates in business education, family and consumer sciences, industrial-technical education, or workforce education and development, plus professional preparation in teacher education, including directed or supervised student teaching.

Program Requirements


Complete at least 30 graduate credit hours, selected in consultation with a program advisor. The program of study will consist of 3-6 hours of professional education courses, 15-18 hours of core courses, and 3-12 hours of electives.

M.A. in Workforce Education and Development, Post-Baccalaureate Certification


The department also maintains a post-baccalaureate certification program within the Master of Arts in Workforce Education, Development, and Leadership that leads to a State secondary provisional certificate with an endorsement in business, family and consumer sciences, or industrial-technical education and a vocational endorsement (36 hours). Please see the program advisor for more information about the specific admission and program requirements that apply to this certification.

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