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Graduate Catalog 2012-13
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Graduate Degree Programs
College of Education
Department of Business and Information Technologies Education
Ivan G. Wallace, Chair, 2318-A Bate Building
MAEd and MAT in Business Education and Marketing Education
For requirements of the master of arts in education (MAEd), please see
. For requirements of the master of arts in teaching (MAT), please see Department of Curriculum and Instruction, below. Both degree programs lead to advanced licensure. See College of Human Ecology for requirements of the MAEd in family and consumer sciences.
MS in 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, 6426, 6450, and 6750.
Information technologies (18 s.h.): BITE 5200 or 5503; choose from BITE 6100, 6103, 6420, 6424, 6430, 6435, 6700, or 7000. Students selecting the thesis option must register for BITE 7000 and may count 6 s.h. of BITE 7000 toward the degree.
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