Career and Technical Education

Graduate Coordinator: Dr. Kathleen Donalson

Earning a Master of Education (M.Ed.) with an emphasis in career and technical education prepares individuals for advanced teaching, research and administrative positions in secondary and postsecondary education, community and technical colleges, higher education, and business and industry related to professional technical education. Throughout the program, coursework and graduate-level learning emphasizes current theory, application and research to help students achieve their career goals.

This degree requires nine hours of core courses as well as 27 credit hours of required emphasis courses. The degree is offered totally online as a non-thesis option only. View the degree plan.

All students must meet the graduate school requirements and complete a written comprehensive exam.

Contact Randy Wicker or Ashley Ivins