Education Specialist: Human Services/Technology and Occupational Education
Student Learning Outcomes — The graduate with an Educational
Specialist degree in Technology and Occupational Education will use
the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:
- Lead others to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
- Refine one’s personal philosophy statement related to their
- Analyze and lead discussions on current issues related to the
student’s discipline/career field.
- Solve problems related to the student’s discipline/career field.
- Practice and lead life-long learning activities as they relate to
- Read, interpret, conduct, and contribute scholarly research consistent
with department, university, state, and federal practices.
- Apply statistical methods to interpret, describe, and infer from
existing or newly generated data.
- Interact with, contribute to, and lead professional, government, and
other stakeholder organizations in the student’s discipline/career field.
This advanced program is designed for individuals who are
currently involved in or planning careers in the administration and/or
teaching Career and Technical education programs. For specific admissions and degree requirements, as well as course listings, please refer to the Graduate Catalog.