Technical/Vocational

Technical/Vocational

Technical and vocational educators offer specific skill-based classes, including plumbing, electrical, and auto repair. Vocational programs may also include computer-aided drawing (CAD), commercial art, computer repair or cosmetology. Vocational teachers work to prepare students for a specific career path that generally ends with successful completion of a certificate or trade endorsement. Vocational-technical schools, high schools and community colleges are the primary institutions offering vocational programs.

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California State University San Bernardino

San Bernardino, CA

Specialties: Technical/Vocational
Degree Types: Masters in Education Degree
University of Central Florida

Orlando, FL

Specialties: Technical/Vocational
Degree Types: Masters in Education Degree
Accreditation: CAEP (formerly NCATE)
Western Michigan University

Kalamazoo, MI

Specialties: Art Education, Critical and Socio-cultural Studies in Education, Early Childhood Education, Educational Leadership, Elementary Education, General Education, Health Education, Literacy Education, Math Education, Middle Grades Education, Physical Education, School Counseling, School Psychology, Special Education, Technical/Vocational, Technology Innovation and Education
Degree Types: Masters in Education Degree, Education Specialist Degree, Doctorate of Education Degree
Accreditation: CAEP (formerly NCATE)

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