The overall goals and objectives of this track are to provide students with a sound philosophy and contemporary teaching strategies for the teaching of technology. The track also is designed to allow students to obtain the necessary skills to conduct both basic and applied research related to social, cultural, environmental, or technical concerns involving the implementation of technology.
The Master of Science degree in Technology Education may be completed using either Plan A (thesis – 30 credits) or Plan C (portfolio – 36 credits) and may include an emphasis in environmental or technological studies.
Thesis Option (Plan A)
- The thesis option has a research emphasis.
Portfolio Option (Plan C)
- The portfolio option has an application emphasis and is an appropriate option for students who are not intending to pursue a doctoral degree.