Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education
Upon completion of the program, the new teacher (student) will be able to:
- Teach technology courses in one of the following areas: Computer Aided Design and Graphic Technology, Construction Management Technology, Electrical/Electronics Technology, Manufacturing Technology or Telecommunications and Computer Technology.
- Demonstrate competence in Kentucky's new teacher standards.
- Apply new teacher standards in 5-12 technology education or secondary or postsecondary occupational based programs.
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Note: Students are required to obtain a grade of "C" in all technical and supplemental courses.
Area of Concentration
The student must complete the departmental and University general education requirements and a minimum of 39 semester hours of Industrial Education core requirements.
Note: Industrial Education majors are required to have documented evidence of 2,000 clock hours of work experience for Career and Technical Education option, and 1,000 clock hours of work experience for Technology Education option. This work experience is to be directly related to their teaching areas. If this requirement has not been met prior to entering this degree program, it can be fulfilled by IET 398: Supervised Work Experience, for three credit hours.