Industrial Technology Education Vocational Major

Department information: Family and Consumer Sciences
Major information: Industrial Technology Education Vocational

Similar to Western Michigan University's non-vocational industrial technology education major, this major prepares students to teach industrial technology courses at the middle or secondary level. The main difference is that this major requires the student to document 4,000 hours of recent and relevant work experience in the industrial area in which they would like to teach. The 4000 hours can be completed as follows: completion of program = 2000 hours; completion of clinical experience = 1000 hours; documentation of wage-earning experience (by resume and verification of work experience form = 1000 hours.

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