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Post Bachelor's Teaching Certification

Standard Career & Technology Education (CTE) Certification

Master's Degree

Vocational Technology Teaching Minor

Workforce Development & Management Non-teaching Minor

NOTE:  BMMT majors do NOT take CURR 305. BMMT majors take BMMT 363 in place of CURR 305.

Students can participate in the program in the variety of ways. 

For students without an undergraduate degree we offer:

1. an Undergraduate Teaching Major with an endorsement in Business, Marketing, Management and Technology Education (GQ). The degree also includes a EMU and MDE approved minor. 

2. a Vocational Technology minor,

3. as well as a vocational endorsement in Vocational Marketing 08.0700 and Vocational Business 52.9999. (Note: students working toward GQ certification DO NOT need this vocational endorsement. However, this endorsement allows you to also teach in an approved vocational program.) See Standard CTE Certificate/vocational endorsement form.

For students who hold at least a bachelor's degree:

1. a Post-baccalaureate Teacher Certification (PBTC):

This is a non-degree program made up of undergraduate classes leading to a secondary teaching certificate with an endorsement in Business, Marketing, Management and Technology Education (GQ) as well as a post-baccalaureate certificate from EMU.  Students interested in the Post-baccalaureate Teacher Certification Program should contact Amy Eastman in the College of Education for more information. Linked here is the Advising Handbook for the PBTC.

NOTE:   BMMT Majors DO NOT take CURR 305. Majors take BMMT 363 of CURR 305.

2.   Standard CTE Certificate (Formerly the Interim Occupational Certification (IOC))

The Standard CTE Certificate is valid for teaching in a Michigan approved Career and Technical Education (CTE) program in the occupational area in which the teacher is endorsed. EMU’s program is meant for the following candidates: 1) certified teachers who wish to earn a vocational endorsement, and 2) those without previous certification who wish to teach in a specific occupational area. 

3. Master's Degree

The School of Technology and Professional Services Management offers a graduate degree for a Master of Science in Technology Studies. The program offers evening, online, hybrid, and traditional face-to-face courses permitting part-time and full-time study towards completion of the Maters’ degree.  It includes a  15 credit concentration in Career and Technology Education.

Our course roll-out is available under our Standard Schedule link.

NOTE:  BMMT Majors DO NOT take CURR 305. Majors take BMMT 363 of CURR 305.