Kansas

Fort Hays State University
College of Education and Technology
Institute of Applied Technology
600 Park Street
Hays, KS 67601-4099
Tel: 785.628.4211Fax: 785.628.4267
Website:http://fhsu.edu/tecs
Contact
Kim Stewart, Executive Director
E-Mail: kstewart@fhsu.edu

The Technology Education Teacher Education program is offered through the Institute of Applied Technology at Fort Hays State University. The secondary technology education program is a 139 credit hour, double major, consisting of a Bachelor of Science in Technology Studies and a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education with a concentration in Technology Education. The program of study consists of a balanced combination of courses in general education, broad-based technology and engineering literacy, industrial technology, and secondary education. The technical coursework in the program focuses on applied areas of drafting/design/CAD, wood/construction technology, metals/manufacturing technology, plastics technology, robotics, and STEM. Field-based professional educator experiences are integrated throughout the program including a semester-long student teaching experience at the end of the program of study. Candidates completing the program have the knowledge and skills to be successful professional educators and leaders in the technology and engineering education profession.

Pittsburg State University
Technology & Engineering Education
College of Technology
Department of Technology and Workforce Learning
1701 S. Broadway
Pittsburg, KS 66762
Tel: 620.235.4365Fax: 620.235.4020
Website: htpp://www.pittstate.edu/technologyeducation
Contact: John Iley, Coordinator
E-Mail: jiley@pittstate.edu

Program Description: T&EE is a 124 cr. hr. program with 44 cr. hrs. in T&EE major. Cnadidates have opportunity to pursue technical emphasis areas (e.g., pre-engineering, CAD, automotive, etc.) within College of Technology. Program housed in 278,000 sq. ft. Kansas Technolgy Center. Graduate program opportunities avaialble. Program known for extracurricular opportunities (e.g., TEECA, Gorilla Games) and iinovative field experiences in public schools.