Career and Technical Education M.Ed.-This graduate level program provides the opportunity to attain an initial CTE certification. Candidates who complete this program are eligible for jobs at skill and CTE centers in this high need area identified by the State of Washington.
This program requires a 60-hour internship. Please see the graduate internship page for more information.
The MEd Plan Requirements
- 6,000 hours of verifiable occupational experience over the past ten years.
- Complete EWUs approved Plan 2 Business and Industry Route program.
- Must take the WEST-B or SAT/ACT with reading, writing and math prior to program completion.
When you complete the MEd program, you will qualify for a Washington State Career and Technical Education certificate to teach in grades 7–12, ONLY within your certificate V-code. You will also receive V-codes for work-site learning and career choices. Visit the OSPI website for further details.
This is an online accelerated program with 6-week academic sessions. For more information about this program visit our website. For information about internships for this program, visit our internship website.
|TRANSFORMATION OF LEARNING AND TEACHING
|CURRENT ISSUES IN EDUCATION
|PHILOSOPHY AND ORGANIZATION OF THE AMERICAN SCHOOL
|METHODS OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
|FOUNDATIONS OF CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
|CLASSROOM METHODS AND MANAGEMENT
|DIVERSITY, EQUITY, CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT
|WORKSITE COORDINATION IN CTE
|PHILOSOPHY AND TRENDS IN CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
|MEDIA LITERACY FOR TEACHERS
|CTE INTERNSHIP I
|CTE INTERNSHIP II
|Portfolio and Comprehensive Exam
|CTE COMPREHENSIVE EXAM