Looking to improve your career and technical education competency or refine your instructional or administrative skills? That's exactly what you can achieve with the master's degree program in Career and Technical Education at Ferris State University. Previous teaching experience is not required. The strength of this program is that it enables career and technical instructors in allied health, business, home economics, and technical education at secondary and postsecondary levels, as well as industrial training and development personnel, to attain an advanced education by building on your previous training and occupational experience.
The Postsecondary Administration concentration is designed for persons seeking a position as a postsecondary administrator such as a community college or university coordinator or department head.