Bachelor of Science in Education in Career, Technical, and Adult Education

Overview

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The Career and Technical bachelor’s degree is designed for students who are employed as Career and Technical Education instructors and who possess job-relevant competence. Several courses are available via web-based instruction even though courses are typically delivered in a traditional classroom setting providing interaction among teacher education faculty, pre-service teachers, and guest speakers. Opportunities also exist for interpersonal and social contact, observation of non-verbal communication, and role modeling. Emphasis in this program of study is on assisting pre-service teachers with the transition from business/industry to education.

Contact Information

Dr. Stephanie Davis, Program Director
(937) 775-2880
stephanie.davis@wright.edu

Admission

Admission Requirements

  • Completed or in the last semester of the Career, Technical, and Adult Education licensure program
  • Cumulative minimum GPA of 2.5
  • ETS Praxis Core exam
    • Reading score of 156 or higher
    • Writing score of 150 or higher
    • Math score of 162 or higher

Admission Process

New Students:

1

Apply to the University.

2

Submit:

  • Ohio Department of Education VE 36/37 form signed by the superintendent

Current Career, Technical, and Adult Education Licensure Students seeking admission to the B.S.Ed. Program:

3

Submit:

4

Successfully complete an interview with program directors.