Career and Technical Education Coordinator Certification (UW-Stout)
The program is designed for teachers and administrators in secondary and postsecondary technical or community colleges, and instructors in business and industry. Theory and application are emphasized through learning by involvement with real life problems of education, business and industry. Program flexibility permits each student to pursue an individual career emphasis.
Total credits required for completion: 8 courses, 24 credits
Bachelor’s degree and PK-12 licensure in one of the Career and Technical Education (CTE) areas (e.g., Marketing and Business Education, Agricultural Education, Technology Education, and Family and Consumer Sciences Education) from an accredited college, an overall grade point average of at least 2.75, and three years of teaching experience in one of the CTE areas. A deficiency in an admission requirement does not preclude admission, but may require the completion of additional teaching experience and undergraduate or graduate coursework to earn the early childhood through adolescence license as a CTE Coordinator.