Master of Science in Education in Career and Technical Education

Learn to develop entire workforces with a degree engineered for Career & Technical Education and technical instructors and curriculum planners. This fully online program is ideal for leaders at colleges and universities and teachers of industrial specialties. By the end of the Career and Technical Education MSEd, you will earn the Career & Technical Education​ Administrative Director (7-12) certificate and the Supervisor (Comprehensive) of Career & Technical Education certificate.  

Note: Revised Program Requirements for the MSEd in Career & Technical Education
[effective as of admission for Fall 2020 and beyond]

Certificate Programs

Cooperative Education (7-12) Certificate

Cooperative Education teacher coordinators  plan, organize, and administer work experience programs for students preparing for Career & Technical Education trades.  Temple's certificate program prepares you to engage students in work-based learning that combines the theoretical learning activities of the classroom with practical learning experiences on the job.

Supervisor (Comprehensive) of Career & Technical Education Certificate

Supervisors assist with curriculum development and instructional delivery, participate in program planning and assessment, engage and develop school and community partnerships, and oversee career and technical facilities.  Temple's competency-based certification program is organized around the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s guidelines for Professional Education for School and System Leaders.  

Career & Technical Education Administrative Director (7-12) Certificate

Grounded in standards-based systems theory and design, Temple's administrative certification program: Career & Technical Education Director (7-12) prepares you to think and plan strategically, creating an organizational vision around personalized student success.  As the architect of standards-based reform in schools, leaders graduate from Temple's program with the knowledge to access and use appropriate data to inform decision-making at all levels and qualified to manage school operations and provide educational leadership in a career and technical center or in career and technical education at the school district level.

Academic Program Changes Effective Fall 2020

Reflective of our commitment to continually improve learning opportunities for our students and to deliver programs that address discipline-based knowledge in a broad, diverse, and changing environment, the College of Education and Human Development has modified the program requirements for several academic programs. These changes, as approved by Temple's Board of Trustees, are effective for students beginning their program in Fall 2020 and beyond.  To ensure students can adequately plan their course of study, the college is posting the revised program requirements. This information will remain available on this site until the updated 2020-2021 Temple Bulletin is published in August 2020. 

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