Wright State University 2005-2006Undergraduate Catalog
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  Education

Business Education:
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Chemistry Education
Early Childhood
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  Education

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  Multi-Age

History Education
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Middle Childhood
  Education

Modern Languages
  Education

Music Education
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  Education

Psychology/Sociology
  Education

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Social Studies Education
Visual Arts Education
Career and Technical
  Education

Career and Technical Education (Formerly Vocational Education)

NOTE: This program was undergoing revision when the catalog went to press. For the most up to date information, consult the online Undergraduate Catalog (http://www.wright.edu/catalog).

The career and technical education program prepares teachers from business and industry to teach in one of the five service areas taxonomies. A balanced program of general education, professional education, and study of vocational topics leads to a Bachelor of Science in Education degree. Career Technical licensure can be earned when the candidate has technical course work and recent related work experience. Licensure in other areas can be obtained with a dual major option. Teachers who have completed the vocational education 37-quarter-hour licensure program may apply those hours toward the bachelor's degree.

Option I-Intensive Vocational Major

This option is for practicing certified or licensed vocational teachers who have completed or are currently enrolled in the 37-quarter-hour vocational preservice program and who are seeking a Bachelor of Science in Education. No other licensure will be earned.

Bachelor of Science in Education Degree

See General Education Requirements
General Education 56

Required Course:  
Area VI: ED 210  
   
Professional Education20-27

CS 205 4
ED 301, 303, 432 15
ED 458 1-9
EDS 333 4
TOA 210
VOE 406, 410, 421, 451, 458
   
Career and Technical Education Licensure 37

EDT 280 4
VOE 411, 421, 431, 451, 458, 469, 471, 472, 475 33
   
Other Required 6

COM 101 3
EDT 211 3
   
Electives 59-76
 
Up to 30 hours of a technical major may also be applied
   

Total 187

Note: A technical major of at least 30 credit hours can be used in the vocational block to complete the content major in vocational education. NOTCI test and technical course work may fulfill partial requirements for vocational credits.

 
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