The Master of Education with a major in management of technical education (MEd) prepares you to manage instructional personnel in an education or training environment. You will learn skills needed to supervise educators or trainers in junior colleges, businesses, the military, civil service or other education and training sites.
In this program, you will develop instructional and managerial competencies through various courses in curriculum design and delivery, instructional improvement, human performance technology, class organization, management, teaching/learning styles, diversity and program evaluation. You will also have the opportunity to apply the principles you learn.
Course schedules are flexible to accommodate the needs of working professionals, and some courses are offered online. This option allows you to complete courses from home and study whenever and wherever it is convenient for you. Some hybrid courses meet three times in a semester and the remainder of the work is online.
Statement of Goals (STGL) Guide
Statement of Goals (STGL) is part of the application process. The STGL is one to two double spaced pages in a point paper or a detailed essay. Candidates should specifically include what they would expect to achieve by earning a Master’s degree through the Occupational Education program. Candidates describe their intended use of the Master’s Degree as it pertains to current and future professional goals. The STGL is a personal introspective statement that is written in terms of learning outcomes. Some students may research courses in the Graduate Catalog and describe which colleges and departments would meet their educational goals.
The Statement of Goals will aid Advisors in guiding students to select courses that will help them to achieve their learning objectives.
Online Submission of Required Documents can be found here.
|EDCL 5339 Understanding Self: Developing a Personal Vision of Leadership.||EDCL 5345 Understanding People|
|EDCL 5340 Understanding Organization|
EDCL 5347 Understanding Environment
or ADED 5321 Adult Learning and Development
EDCL 5348 Supervising Instruction
or DE 5365 Administration of Developmental Education
|CATE 5322 Teaching/Training as a profession||CATE 5341 Supervision of CTE|
|CATE 5313F Human Performance Technology||CATE 5320 Effective Methodes of Teaching and Training|
|CATE 5313D Leadership and Professional Development||CATE 5313E Special Topics in CTE|
|OCED 5360A Human Systems|
|CATE 5313D Leadership and Professional Development||CATE 5314 Human Relations for CTE|
|CATE 5341 Supervision of CTE||OCED 5360A Human Systems|
|OCED 5360B Critical Thinking|
|CATE 5301 The Technology of Teaching||CATE 5306 Instructional Materials Development Technology|
|CATE 5320 Effective Methodis of Teaching and Training||CATE 5322 Teaching/Training as a Profession|
|CATE 5355 Occupational Information||CATE 5380 Management of Business-Office Education Programs|
|CATE 5381 Instructional Strategies in Business-Office Education Programs|