CTE Program Requirements


Career and Technical Master of Education Degree Program Courses

33 Total Credits Required All course are available online.


Foundation Core Required Courses (15 credits)

  • ASTE/TEE 6090 – Program Design (Sp odd)
  • ASTE/FCSE 6140 – Reading and Applying Research (Sp even)
  • ASTE/TEE 6150 – Assessment and Evaluation (F odd)
  • ASTE 6160 – Foundations of Adult Education (F even)
  • ASTE/FCSE 6300 – Advanced Teaching Strategies (Su even)

Elective Courses

  • ASTE 6220 – Volunteer Programs and Partnerships (Su even)
  • ASTE/FCSE 6380 – Mentoring and Supervision (F odd)
  • ASTE/FCSE 6320 – Classroom Management (F even)
  • ASTE/TEE 6910 – Experimental Laboratory (F even)
  • ASTE/FCSE 6900 – Graduate Independent Study (F, Sp, Su)*
  • ASTE 6350 – Safety and Risk Management (Su Odd)
  • ASTE 6460 – Integrating CTE Curriculum with STEM (Sp odd)
  • ASTE 7500 – Diffusion of Innovations (Sp even)

    * If approved by their graduate advisory committee, students may register for up to 6 credits of Graduate Independent Study. A Graduate Independent Study Form must be completed and submitted to Debra Spielmaker.

    This degree program requires 33 credits for completion; students should thoughtfully consider their area of emphasis and then along with their committee, select courses that reflect their emphasis area. Courses from other departments not listed above may be part of a program of study. This degree has been designed to be completed online, but with the approval of the advisory committee, students may take other online broadcast, or on campus courses. Additional fees or tuition may be applied.



Emphasis Options

Educational Leadership (12 credits)*: requires individual approval  from TEAL to take courses.
ASTE/FCSE 6380 – Mentoring and Supervision (F odd)
TEAL 6740 – School Law (F, Sp)
TEAL 6500 – School Finance (F, Sp)
TEAL 6090 – Theories of Organizational Leadership in Education (F, Sp)
 
Nonformal and Adult Education (9 credits)*
ASTE 6200 – Principles and Practices of Extension Education (broadcast – Sp odd)
ASTE 6220 – Volunteer Programs and Partnerships (Su even)
ASTE 6350 – Safety and Risk Management (Su odd)
ASTE 7500 – Diffusion of Innovations (Sp even)
ASTE 6170 - Program Evaluation (Su odd; Prerequisite: ASTE 6100, ASTE 6140, TEE 6750, or STAT 5200)
 
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) (9 credits)
ASTE/TEE 6910 – Experimental Laboratory (F even)
ASTE 6460 – Integrating CTE Curriculum with STEM Content (Sp odd)
ITLS 6205 – Computer Application Instruction and Training (F, Sp, Su)
ITLS 6245 – Interactive Multimedia Production (Sp, Su)
ITLS 6265 – Internet Development (F, Sp, Su)
ITLS 6540 – ITLS Foundations (F)

Additional 6000 level and above online courses that may be approved can be found on the
online.usu.edu website.

Program of Studies Form - must be submitted by the end of the second semester of courses