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Career and Technical Education - Bachelor of Science in Education, Technical Education and Training

The Career and Technical Education program is designed to develop professional career and technical educators who will foster the development of secondary and adult students by preparing them for a high-performance workforce that is in constant transition.

Through an appropriate series of courses and experiences, it enables graduates to successfully enter teaching, leadership, training and supervisory positions in private or public industry, or to seek admission to graduate programs in workforce development and education.

Career Paths

Graduates of this program are currently employed as technical instructors in a variety of settings, including high schools, career centers, community and technical colleges and correctional institutions.

Requirements

Deadline to Apply: 
November 15 (early decision); February 1 (regular decision)
Program Start: 
Autumn semester
Minimum Program Hours: 
120

Degree requirements: Ohio State general education courses, education courses, two field experiences, a set of approved technical electives

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Faculty

Edward C. Fletcher, Jr., PhD, Distinguished Associate Professor
Jay Plasman, PhD, Assistant Professor
David Stein, PhD, Associate Professor
Chris Zirkle, PhD, Associate Professor
Jane Briggs, PhD, Senior Lecturer

Contact

Chris Zirkle
Associate Professor
zirkle.6@osu.edu