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Master of Science

Career and Technical Education Leadership

 

The Master of Science in Career and Technical Education Leadership is a 30 hour degree program personally tailored to the candidate’s professional goals and responsibilities.  Candidates can define their individualized program by choosing one of three degree options, CTE-specific courses, and supporting elective courses that meet their short-and long-term goals.  In addition, candidates:

  • Complete core courses in foundations of CTE, research methods, curriculum development theory, and student performance assessment.
  • Complete courses all online, or depending on one’s career goals and selected courses, via a combination of traditional classroom and alternative delivery formats (weekend courses, online, and ITV).
  • May tailor their program to their professional certification requirements (if applicable), thus completing an MS degree while completing their certification coursework.
  • Choose which degree completion requirement meets their career goals (thesis, written and oral comprehensive examinations, teacher/administrator licensure assessment, or research and publication)

Requirements for Acceptance into the Program

To be accepted to this program, candidates must have no fewer than 15 approved undergraduate or graduate hours in the major field of study, equivalent work experience, or a combination of both. Candidates must also have a minimum GPA of 2.5 in the undergraduate major or a 3.0 GPA during the last 60 semester hours of undergraduate study. Candidates who do not meet any of the preceding criteria must achieve a 3.5 graduate GPA during their first 12 semester hours of graduate study which must include required degree courses. In addition, candidates must submit two professional letters of recommendation and a personal statement of purpose reflecting on their previous experiences and describing how this degree will assist them in meeting their career goals.

Program Requirements

Please view the latest requirements here.


Questions About the Program

Dr. Michelle Conrad

Program Coordinator

mconrad@ucmo.edu

660-543-4332

 

 



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