Workforce education and development
Workforce Education and Development Overview
The Western Michigan University model for workforce education and development teacher education involves a core of professional education courses and an intern teaching experience taken by all WFED students, which is instructed and supervised by faculty from the College of Education and Human Development. Technical content requirements are delivered by faculty from the Colleges of Business, Engineering and Health and Human Services, depending upon the selected major or minor. However, all WFED undergraduate students must have a minimum of 122 credits for graduation.
Courses with Clinical Experiences
Please note: You must complete your background check prior to any clinical experience.
WFED 5120 Principles of Workforce Education and Development
Two contact hours. This clinical experience is part of the course requirements. There is not an application because you will register yourself for the course.
WFED 3480 Student Assessment and Management
Eighty Eight contact hours. This clinical experience is part of the course requirements. There is not an application because you will register yourself for the course.
WFED 4750 Intern Teaching