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Department of Career and Technology Education

Grinstead 120
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660.543.4452
Dr. Odin Jurkowski, Chair





Engineering and Technology Teacher Education
Bachelor of Science in Education

The graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Education degree in Engineering and Technology Teacher Education will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:

  • Be capable of implementing a contemporary technology education program based on the Standards for Technological Literacy.
  • Possess a conceptual understanding of 1) the nature and history of technology and 2) the influence of technology on society and the environment.
  • Demonstrate competence with various technologies including design, communication, manufacturing, construction, transportation, energy, bio-related technology and computer technology.
  • Employ and teach problem solving methods to solve technical problems.
  • Demonstrate the ability to operate lab equipment in an efficient and safe manner and teach accordingly.
  • Demonstrate the ability to operate, schedule and control labs for technology education programs.
  • Display professional habits including involvement in professional associations related to Technology Education, continuous learning, and collegiality.  

Engineering and Technology Teacher Education: Major, B.S. in Ed. Degree
Four-Year Plan

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

Application forms can be found online from the Foundation office.

FIRST Scholarship

Jacob M. Cunningham Memorial Scholarship

To apply, a student must: 
a. be a full-time junior, senior or graduate student in good academic standing at UCM;
b. have a minimum overall GPA of 3.0;
c. be pursuing a degree in the field of technology (automotive technology management, computer-aided drafting and design technology, construction management, electronics technology, engineering technology, fashion: textile and clothing in business, graphic arts technology, industrial technology, manufacturing management, photography, or technology education);
d. be worthy, deserving and of good moral character;
e. show promise of leadership and academic ability in one of the fields of technology;
f. demonstrate financial need
*Preference shall be given to a student(s) independently financing his/her education.

 

Bill and Anne Downs Scholarship

To apply, a student must:
a. be a full-time undergraduate student at UCM the following academic year;
b. be a non-traditional student;
c. be pursuing a degree in graphics or industrial technology education;
d. be worthy, deserving and of good moral character;
e. show promise of leadership and academic ability in the field of graphic arts, drafting, photography, fashion merchandising and/or industrial technology education.
* For this scholarship, “non-traditional” is defined as an individual who is 25 years old or older.

 

William R. Harmsen Scholarship in Technology Education

To apply, a student must:
a. be a full-time junior or senior student at UCM;
b. be pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Education Degree in Technology Education;
c. be worthy, deserving and show promise of leadership and academic ability in the field of technology education;
d. be admitted to the teacher education program at UCM.

 

Ben E. Moore Scholarship

To apply, a student must:
a. be a full-time junior or senior student in good academic standing at UCM;
b. be pursuing a degree in technology education;
c. show promise of leadership and academic ability in the field of technology education.
* In the event there are applicants of equal worthiness, preference shall be given to the student(s) exhibiting the greatest financial need.