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Industrial Education with option in Industrial Technology

The Industrial Education program is designed to foster the development of a strong foundation in the skills, knowledge, attitudes regarding technical matters that are needed to prepare professionals to teach Industrial Education in the public schools. The curriculum includes a comprehensive course of study in which general education, the sciences, humanities, and fine arts relate to the technological processes of industry. The program is tailored to the individual student’s background, interest, and objectives, and is planned to provide an adequate background for teaching. Industrial Education majors must pass PRAXIS I by the end of their sophomore year. Any student not meeting this requirement can pursue a career in Industrial Technology.


The Industrial Technology (option) program prepares technical and/or management-oriented professionals in business, industry, and government who are equipped to meet the new and emerging challenge of a modern and highly technological society.


The Industrial Education and Industrial Technology programs support the mission of the College and the University by providing an opportunity to acquire high degree of proficiency in technology.


The Industrial Education program is accredited by NCATE.


Industrial Education and Industrial Technology Curricula

Goals and Learning Outcomes for Industrial Education and Industrial Technology

Program Enrollment and Graduation Data