Career and Technical Education
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Overview


Career Technical Education (CTE) provides students of all ages with the academic and technical skills as well as the knowledge and training necessary to succeed in today’s workforce. CTE encompasses a variety of skill areas. Whether you are a new graduate of high school and want to teach Technology and Engineering Education (Emphasis II) in a high school setting or you have work experience in a specific area and want to share your expertise with students at the secondary or post-secondary level in Technical Teacher Education (Emphasis I), Pittsburg State University has an option for you.

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  • Technical Teacher Education (Emphasis option)
  • Technology & Engineering Education (Emphasis option)
  • 100% online/virtual program
  • Work experience in a technical area
  • Geared towards individuals coming from industry
  • Meets state CTE certification requirements

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  • Face-to-face on campus program
  • Geared towards incoming Freshmen or Transfer students
  • Provides a professional semester for Student Teaching

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About Technology and Workforce Learning Department


The Department of Technology and Workforce Learning includes several undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Programs of study include two-year associate and certificate programs as well as several undergraduate degree programs in the Workforce Development, Vocational Teacher Education, Technology and Engineering Education, and Wood Technology.  Graduate programs in Career and Technical Education, Technology, and Human Resource Development are also available.  In addition, one post-graduate program in Workforce Development and Education (Ed.S) is also available.

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