Ferris State University - Statewide & Online: 2013-14 View Book - page 45

Technical Education
Rapid technological changes have generated strong
demand for technical teachers in Michigan. Graduates
can expect excellent career opportunities in industry,
secondary and technical education.
Technical skills and the training to teach others are a
valuable combination in education today. The Ferris
State University Technical Education program provides
a balanced mix of courses in three major areas:
professional education, field experience and liberal
arts education. About a third of the courses required
for graduation will be in the student’s chosen
technical field.
Technical education students must also complete
occupational work experience in addition to a field
experience in which students work with young people.
Bachelor of Science
Admission Requirements:
HS diploma or GED
College GPA min: 2.0
ACT min: 19 or college level math and English
A.A.S. degree with 40 semester hours in occupational major
and a min. GPA of 2.5 in the major courses
or occupational competence documented by the MOCAC
Successful completion of the Basic Skills Test
Credit hours required for graduation: 124 (varies)
College of Education and Human Services
Locations:
Flint
Online (ProMoTEd)
Traverse City
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All information is accurate at time of printing.
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