The 100% online Master of Arts in Career & Technical Education from Ball State University (NCA accredited) is designed primarily to meet the needs of current teachers of Career and Technical courses at the secondary or community college level, or those who conduct industrial training.
Teachers enrolled in this program typically prepare their students for careers in welding, building trades, automotive maintenance, and other technical areas. However, their master’s concentrate on CTE curriculum, instruction, research, student organizations, and similar areas. This master’s does not provide initial teacher licensure, but some of the courses it contains may be used in pursuit of a teaching license. Although this program is online, on-campus assistantships with stipends and tuition waivers are available at our Muncie, Indiana, campus.
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These online courses are of the same high quality as face-to-face courses, but they typically cost much less.
Most students meet the admissions requirement of a 2.75 undergraduate GPA, and a bachelor’s in any field from an accredited university, though there are other options. Up to 9 hours may be transferred in to this 30-credit hour degree.
This degree can be completed by students from outside the USA without coming to campus. International students may apply at http://www.bsu.edu/internationaladmit/disteduapp/, which states:
"The required items needed to complete application materials for evaluation by the university are listed below for ready reference. NOTE THAT NO ACTION ON YOUR APPLICATION WILL BE TAKEN UNTIL ALL REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIALS ARE RECEIVED.
1. Completed application form
2. Admission fee ($40 U.S.)
3. Academic records (originals or certified copies in both original language and in English)
4. Official TOEFL report
5. Three letters of recommendation
6. 300-500 word autobiographical statement
7. One passport-size photograph
8. A copy of the picture page of your passport"