BSU Catalog Home | Graduate Industrial Technology Course Descriptions
Dr. William Brauer (Chair), Dr. Mitch Henke, Dr. David Kingsbury, Dr. James McCracken, Dr. Leon Nelson, Dr. Wally Peck, Dr. Mark Schmit
This program focuses on the application of the specific study and use of technology which has been developed for industrial/career and technical education, and technology education. The program options encompass the advanced study of educational methods, technical processes, problem solving, and the application of leadership skills in the educational environment.
Note: For Career and Technical Education Licensure, see "Professional Education: Licensures."
Undergraduate major or minor in industrial technology, technology education, and/or career and technical education.
See Section II, Graduate Study for degree requirements.
ED 6100 Educational Research (2 credits)
ED 6107 Advanced Educational Psychology (3 credits)
or ED 6108 The Learning Community (3 credits)
Subtotal 5 Credits
Select 6 credits from the following courses:
IT 6200 Applications of Emerging Technologies (2 credits)
IT 6280 Instructional Technologies in Industrial/Vocational Education (2 credits)
IT 6340 Leadership and Supervision in Industrial/Vocational Education (2 credits)
IT 6380 Grant and Contract Writing (2 credits)
Subtotal 6 Credits
A minimum of 7 guided elective credits selected with the consent of the advisor.
Subtotal 17 Credits
IT 6980 Graduate Research Paper (2 credits)
Subtotal 2 Credits
Students are expected to demonstrate proficiency in the application of Instructional Technologies.