Associate of Science
Offered through KSU Regional campuses
For further information, contact CTTE program at 330-672-2656
We offer a bachelor's degree program designed to prepare students to teach Trade and Industry Education in a Career Technical program. This program includes academic, professional, and technical courses. Completion of this curriculum qualifies the graduate to begin the entry year of a five year licensure program. See a program counselor or advisor for further details.
Requirements Sheet 2012:
NOTE: The following KSU bachelor's degree programs have been discontinued as of Fall, 2011:
1. Business Marketing (MKT)
2.) Integrated Business Ed (IBED)
3.) Family and Consumer Studies (FCSE)
Master's Degree (M.Ed.)
A master's degree in Career & Technical Teacher Education consists of 32 graduate hours. The degree includes hours in general education, career technical education, and a teaching specialty area. The primary purpose of the master's degree is to improve professional practice of career technical teachers.
For more information regarding requirements or questions, please contact:
Dr. Patrick O'Connor
CTTE Program Area Coordinator
Kent State University
P.O. Box 5190, 150 Terrace Dr.
School of Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Studies (TLC)
412 F White Hall
Kent, Ohio 44242-0001