The career and technical education program has as its purpose the continued development of the professional and technical knowledge of persons teaching in the discipline. Persons employed in this degree program teach in secondary schools. The program meets the requirements for persons progressing from standard license to professional grade.
The thesis or major project are the culminating experience for the master of science degree.
Fifty percent of the credit hours in the program must be in courses numbered 600 or above. A minimum of 18 credits in courses must be from Technology Management. The program is designed for persons who have an undergraduate degree in technology education. The program is available via advanced communication technologies, i.e., the Internet.