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Graduate Program

Technology Education MSED

The master of science in education degree, major in technology education, in combination with three years of appropriate successful teaching experience, successful completion of the New York State-approved certification examinations, and all other criteria qualifies the graduate to meet New York State professional certification requirements to teach technology education in grades kindergarten through 12. It requires the completion of a minimum of 30 credit hours of graduate-level work, now deliverable 100% online. The degree program is primarily designed to enable students to become more effective in their roles as technology education teachers. Directed coursework electives enable students to pursue individual scholarship, professional needs, and interests in the arts and sciences and professional studies.

Technology Education MSEd Online

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Candidacy Requirements

 

Candidacy Application

Students must file for degree candidacy after completing 12 semester hours or during the term they will complete 18 hours. Any hours over 18 may be lost. A GPA of 3.0 or higher and passing a departmental exam are required. Applications are available at the Graduate Office or the Department of Technology.

Admission

Applicants must have a bachelor's degree in technology education from an accredited college. Students who don't meet regular admission requirements can be recommended for conditional admission, allowing them to take three specified courses before a final review. 

This program is only available to students with provisional or initial certification seeking professional certification in Technology Education.

Exam Registration

Students must register for exams by 3:00 p.m. on the Monday before the test using this registration form. To take two exams on the same date, complete the form twice. Exams are online, with sessions from 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Check with the department for updates on future exams.

Upcoming Exams

Spring 2024: May 18, register by May 13

Summer 2024: August 10, register by August 5

Fall 2024: December 21, register by December 16

Contact

Mr. Richard Bush 
Department Chair
[email protected]
103C Park Hall, 315.312.3011 

Ms. Erin Leary
Department Administrative Assistant
[email protected]
103 Park Hall, 315.312.3011

Mr. Ronald Alexander
Technology Internship Faculty Sponsor
[email protected]
115 Park Hall, 315.312.6643

Ms. Karin Dykeman
Graduate Program Coordinator
[email protected]
103F Park Hall, 315.312.2830

Dr. Laura M. Spenceley 
School of Education Dean
302C Park Hall, 315.312.2102