The Bachelor of Science degree Technology major Technology Education Licensure concentration prepares technology education teachers, the former industrial arts. Over 70% of each yearâ€™s graduates secure teaching positions upon graduation, nearly all in Ohio. Graduates are expected to be agents of change to implement contemporary technology curricula for schools wishing and able to implement curricular change. Kent State Universityâ€™s technology education graduates are licensed to teach grades 4-12, although most positions are at the middle and high school level. Graduates teach a wide array of courses including computer aided design, manufacturing, Engineering by Design, Project Lead the Way, manufacturing, construction, graphic communication/photography, woods and home maintenance, and STEM.
The objective of the technology education licensure curriculum is to prepare technology education teachers for grades 4-12.
Technology education licensure majors will pass Praxis I and Praxis II while being enrolled as undergraduates. Technology education licensure graduates will possess appropriate technological skills and pedagogical competencies be licensed by the Ohio Department of Education to teach technology education for grades 4-12.
Requirements for BS Technology â€“ Technology Education Licensure
Roadmap for BS Technology Education Licensure
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