Master of Education Degree
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree in Career-Technical Teacher Education serves individuals who desire to continue as classroom and/or laboratory instructors in one of the career-technical service areas. The program offers a special needs specialization, which focuses on coursework and professional experiences related to the study of special needs populations in career-technical education.
The M.Ed. program 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.
Learn more about the M.Ed. in CTTE
View the M.Ed. in CTTE Plan of Study
For more information regarding requirements or questions, please contact:
Dr. Davison Mupinga
CTTE Program Coordinator
Kent State University
P.O. Box 5190, 150 Terrace Drive
School of Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Studies (TLC)
412 D White Hall
Kent, Ohio 44242-0001