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2 Career and Technical Education Baccalaureate Degree Program Valley City State University

3 Mission of Career and Technical Education To provide educational programs at the secondary, post-secondary and adult levels To enable learners to gain career exploration experiences To enable learners to master employability skills

4 Objectives of Career and Technical Education: 1.Meeting employment needs of the local community. 2. Meeting employment needs of the nation and society as a whole.

5 Types of Career and Technical Education Schools and Programs: 1.Public-supported High Schools 2.Career and Technical Center – comprehensive high schools 3.Area Career and Technical Schools and Centers 4.Colleges and Universities 5.State-supported Schools for Special Needs 6.Military Training

6 Career and Technical Education Instructor Responsibilities Teachers are accountable for educating students to excel in the complex skills business and industry requires To succeed in a highly competitive work environment

7 Career and Technical Education Instructor Role Career and Technical Education teachers must manage several unique responsibilities. Things such as classroom activities are required but also required are career guidance skills, administrative ability and the ability to bring the business and industry community into an alliance with the career and technical education institution or program.

8 Job Skill Level Changes

9 Career and Technical Education Degree Specifics

10 What is the purpose of the Career and Technical Education Baccalaureate Degree? Valley City State Universitys Career and Technical Education Degree program will prepare quality instructors in the Trade, Industry, Technical and Health Education service areas.

11 What programs might these teaching professionals serve? Instructors may teach in public school career and technical education programs, career and technical center programs, and post-high school settings such as junior colleges or public and private technical colleges.

12 What type of teaching position can I expect if I graduate with this degree? Graduates will be technically competent to teach in Trade, Industry, Technical and Health areas such as Automotive Technology, Construction Technology, Diesel Technology, Food Services, Health Occupations and a host of others.

13 Are there restrictions to how many courses I can transfer to VCSU? There are no restrictions as to how many courses a student may transfer, but VCSU does have an in residence requirement of 12 semester credit hours for the Career and Technical Education Baccalaureate Degree.

14 Can I get a head start to begin a position? You certainly may! Students may choose an internship component as part of the degree. This on-the-job training gives students the opportunity to apply classroom theory and acquired skills toward their degree.

15 May I take courses at other institutions of higher education and count them toward this degree? Yes you may! You can seek to transfer credits earned from any accredited institution to VCSU. The registrar and appropriate university division chairperson will evaluate your transcript for the award of credits to be accepted into the Career and Technical Education degree program.

16 Is there any other way to earn credits for this program? Yes, VCSU can award university credit for life experiences. This credit, sometimes referred to as prior learning, is available through the Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) Program. Students seeking credit through this avenue should enroll in the ASC 180-Prior Learning Assessment for Credit class where students learn to present course-by-course credit application in a Portfolio of Prior Learning.

17 B.S. Degree Requirements

18 B.S. Degree Track Components General Education36 hrs. Required Courses13 hrs. Technical Specialty36-50 hrs. Electives hrs. Total Hours120 hrs.

19 General Education Requirements (36 hrs.) Communication and Collaboration 9 hrs. Aesthetic Engagement6 hrs. Global Perspective & Effective Citizenship 6 hrs. Problem Solving 11 hrs. Wellness2 hrs. Technology 2 hrs. Total Hours 36 hrs.

20 Required Courses (13 hrs.) BVED 431 History, Philosophy and Practices of Career and Technical Education BVED 432Coordinating Cooperative Education Learning BVED 434Managing Career and Technical Student Organizations BVED 437Student Performance Evaluation in Career and Technical Education BVED 438Developing and Managing Competency Based Instructional Materials BVED 490 Methods for Teaching Career and Technical Education Subjects

21 Technical Specialty (36-50 hrs.) Students who have successfully completed a State Department of Career and Technical Education approved post-secondary program in their area of technical specialty from area career and technical institutions, or possess an associate of applied science degree or its equivalent, are eligible for technical specialty credits. Students who meet work experience requirements but have not completed an approved Trade, Industry, Technical and Health Education program may apply for technical specialty life experience credits through the Prior Learning Assessment Program.

22 Electives (21-35 hrs.) Appropriate electives to complete 120 credits are required for the degree.

23 The B.S. track does not require the Professional Education Sequence and historically has been the track preference for post-secondary instructors. For students seeking the B.S. Degree, the Clinical Practice experience is suggested as electives for the degree since it is a State Department of CTE requirement for Trade, Industry, Technical and Health Education certification. Other Degree Information

24 B.S Degree in Education Requirements

25 B.S. in Ed. Degree Track Components General Education36 hrs. Required Courses13 hrs. Technical Specialty36-50 hrs. Electives0-5 hrs. Professional Education Sequence30 hrs. Total Hours120 hrs.

26 General Education Requirements (36 hrs.) Communication and Collaboration 9 hrs. Aesthetic Engagement 6 hrs. Global Perspective & Effective Citizenship 6 hrs. Problem Solving 11 hrs. Wellness 2 hrs. Technology2 hrs. TotalHours36 hrs.

27 Required Courses (13 hrs.) BVED 431 History, Philosophy and Practices of Career and Technical Education BVED 432Coordinating Cooperative Education Learning BVED 434Managing Career and Technical Student Organizations BVED 437Student Performance Evaluation in Career and Technical Education BVED 438Developing and Managing Competency Based Instructional Materials BVED 490 Methods for Teaching Career and Technical Education Subjects

28 Technical Specialty (36-50 hrs.) Students who have successfully completed a State Department of Career and Technical Education approved post-secondary program in their area of technical specialty from area career and technical institutions, or possess an associate of applied science degree or its equivalent, are eligible for technical specialty credits. Students who meet work experience requirements but have not completed an approved Trade, Industry, Technical and Health Education program may apply for technical specialty life experience credits through the Prior Learning Assessment Program.

29 Electives (21-35 hrs.) Appropriate electives to complete 120 credits are required for the degree.

30 Professional Education Sequence 30 hrs. Students seeking Trade, Industry, Technical and Health certification/credentialing from the North Dakota Department of Career and Technical Education must successfully complete EDUC 205 Introduction to Teaching (Secondary) and EDUC 492 Clinical Practice for the certification requirement as partial fulfillment of the Professional Education Sequence.

31 The Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S. in Ed.) degree is primarily designed for secondary instructors, requires the completion of the secondary Professional Education Sequence. Embedded in the secondary Professional Education Sequence is a Clinical Practice Experience. Other Degree Information

32 Digital Portfolio Requirements for All VCSU Students Valley City State University has a digital portfolio requirement for all students. As part of their graduation requirement at VCSU, all students must develop a digital portfolio that illustrates the best evidence of meeting the abilities and skills requirements for their degree.


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