Michigan

State Department Website/Certification Information
Michigan Technology and Engineering Educators Association (MTEEA)
Teaching Openings Within the State

Programs
Eastern Michigan University
Northern Michigan University
Western Michigan University

ems

Location
College of Technology
122 Sill Hall
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Contact Person
Dr. Susan Gregory, 734-487-0854

Program Focus
• Career and Technical Education
• Engineering Technology

Degrees Offered
Certification/Minor – Engineering and Technology
MS – Technology Studies (concentration in Career, Technical and Workforce Education)

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Program Description
Successful completion of the certification/minor program, in the context of other program requirements, qualifies the student for recommendation for the Michigan Department of Education Secondary Standard Certificate, endorsed in Vocational Technical Education. The student also qualifies for the Interim Occupational Certificate. A concentration in Engineering and Technology is available.

The Master of Science in Technology Studies degree program prepares students for promotions and managerial, administrative, or consulting positions with technology-based organizations addressing the social, political, moral, and economic effects of technology. The program offers flexibility that enables students to design their programs of study to meet specific education and employment objectives. A concentration in Career, Technical and Workforce Education is available.

nmu

Location
Engineering Technology Department
123 Jacobetti Complex
1401 Presque Isle Avenue
Marquette, MI 49855

Contact Person
Michael Rudisill, 906-227-2141

Program Focus
• Industrial Technology
• Engineering Technology

Degrees Offered
BS – Industrial Technology Education

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Program Description
Completion of the technical courses, a teaching minor, and the professional education sequence leads to certification as a secondary teacher of industrial technology.

wmu

Location
Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
Western Michigan University
1903 W Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5322

Contact Person
Adam Manley, 269-387-3721

Program Focus
• Industrial Technology
• Workforce Development

Degrees Offered
• B.S. – Industrial Technology (non-vocational)
M.A. – Workforce Education and Development
Ph.D. – Workforce Education and Development
Ph.D. – Educational Leadership (concentration in Workforce Education and Development, delivered in partnership with Ferris State University)
Graduate Certificate – Workforce Education

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Program Description
The non-vocational industrial technology major prepares students to teach industrial technology type courses at the middle or secondary level. Graduates teach in middle, junior high, and senior high schools. Examples of teaching areas include drafting and electronics. This degree program leads to a State of Michigan K-12 or Secondary Provisional Certificate. It is an approved State Board of Education and North Central Accreditation for Teacher Education (NCATE) teacher education program. The masters and doctorate programs prepare leaders for industry and education settings.