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MS-Vocational Education

Study toward the MS in vocational education presupposes the completion of an undergraduate degree with a strong information technologies/computer technology background. This program does not offer teacher licensure. Thirty semester hours of course work are required for the degree as well as a thesis or portfolio. The degree has two components: a 12 s.h. BITE core and 18 s.h. of information technologies courses.
BITE core - 12 s.h.:
  • BITE 6410 - Social, Legal, and Ethical Environments in Business and Information Technologies Education
  • BITE 6426 - Supervision in Business and Information Technologies Education
  • BITE 6450 - Evaluation in Business and Information Technologies Education
  • BITE 6750 - Contemporary Business and Information Technologies Education Research
Information technologies - 18 s.h.:
  • BITE 5200 - Microcomputer Business Graphics Applications
  • BITE 5503 - Integrating Information Processing Technology into Business and Information Technologies Education
  • Choose from
    • BITE 6100 - Designing Virtual Environments in Business and Information Technology Education
    • BITE 6103 - Facilities Planning and Management in Business and Information Technologies Education
    • BITE 6420 - Problems in Business and Information Technologies Education
    • BITE 6424 - Problems in Business and Information Technologies Education
    • BITE 6430 - Computer Concepts and Applications for Business and Information Technologies Education
    • BITE 6435 - Instructional Strategies for Technical Training
    • BITE 6700 - Website Design and Maintenance
    • BITE 7000 - Thesis
    Note:
    Students selecting the thesis option must register for and may count 6 s.h. of toward the degree.

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