Leadership in Career and Technical Education
Curriculum Development for Programs of Study in Career and Technical Education
The Role of Career and Technical Education in Workforce and Economic Development
Collaborative Processes for Effective Career and Technical Education Programs
Program Planning, Evaluation, and Systems Alignment in Career and Technical Education
Creating a Culture of Teaching and Learning in Career and Technical Education Programs
Managing Resources and Data Driven Decision Making in Career and Technical Education
Contexts for School Reform
Leadership in Diverse Context OR
Internship in Career and Technical Education
Upon completion of the program, candidates must complete a Council of Educators (COE) Review. The COE is a performance assessment in which an Administrative Director and the Leadership Program Coordinator review a candidate’s competence in the program competencies and assess the overall quality of the culminating project that the candidate completes during the internship.
For Vocational Director, students are required to successfully complete the Praxis Assessment #6990 – School Leaders Licensure Assessment. Visit the ETS site for the most current testing requirements.
Program Completion and Certification
Candidates who complete all program requirements, hold no less than a master’s degree, and meet other Pennsylvania certification requirements will be recommended for the Vocational Administrator Certificate.
The Administrative Director’s program is a graduate-level program that can be completed as a stand-alone certification program if a candidate holds a graduate degree. If, however, a candidate does not hold a graduate degree, he/she must apply and be admitted into the Career and Technical Education MSEd program in order to be awarded the director’s certificate.
Individuals seeking admission to the program must:
- Submit a formal application. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Submit a letter of recommendation from an administrative director
- Provide official transcripts of all collegiate and graduate coursework
- Submit a copy of the most current professional certificate
- Submit a personal resume
The minimum requirements for admission to the program are:
- A graduate degree or accepted into a graduate degree program at Temple University.
- A graduate grade point average (GPA) or an undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0.
- A strong letter of support from an administrative director or a designated Resident Leadership Resource Person (RLRP),
- An admission interview with the program coordinator.