The School of Technology & 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, including
- CTWE 611 - Curriculum Frameworks in Career, Technical and Workforce Education 3 hrs (offered Fall 2017)
- CTWE 661 - Evaluation Standards and Strategies in Career, Technical and Workforce Education 3 hrs
As technology shapes the new global economy, the need to stay current changes rapidly. Today’s teachers must constantly update their knowledge and skills to successfully remain relevant and up-to-date as educators. This Master’s degree provides opportunity to acquire and understanding about emerging technology that will equip the next generation in understanding technology and change.
If you are seeking a master degree, we have one for you! For more information see the Master of Science in Technology Studies program description in our catalog.