This Graduate Certificate Program in Professional Workforce Educator consists of nine hours of course work in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences in the College of Education and Human Development. Two required courses provide the student with a background related to the foundation of workforce education, as well as advanced instructional and laboratory teaching strategies. The option for the third course provides a curriculum that fits a student's workforce education needs.
Additionally, this certificate program meets the academic course requirement for Michigan Standard CTE Certification. To earn the CTE, a student must complete the courses within the certificate, document related work experience and pass the necessary teacher certification tests.