Bachelor of Science in Technology Education

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  • Course description
    The undergraduate level Technology Education Teacher preparation program is designed for students coming right out of high school, or students who have been out in the work-a-day world. The undergraduate degree is a traditional four year degree, with one semester being devoted to a professional experience in a local K-12 setting. Successful candidates will maintain a grade point average of 3.0 or higher, as per Pennsylvania School Code. Please read the description below. It details all of the general education and major course work you will complete. You'll also see a link for a typical four-year program of study. Look at that, and you'll see one recommended way to advance through your time at Millersville University

    You can select the course numbers to read brief descriptions of each course. The program detailed below is for students admitted after summer 2008. The information contained in this page is for reference only. It is highly suggested that current students consult with their advisors before making any scheduling decisions.

    Technology Literacy Core: 12 credit hours (4 courses) ITEC 110 - Communications & Information Systems (3 cr.)
    ITEC 120 - Energy, Power, Transportation (3 cr.)
    ITEC 130 - Production Materials & Processes (3 cr.)
    ITEC 140 - Bio-Related Technologies (3 cr.)

    Technical Core: 36 credit hours (12 courses) ITEC 241 - Drafting Communications (3 cr.)
    ITEC 251 - Print Media Systems (3 cr.)
    ITEC 261 - Electronic Systems (3 cr.)
    ITEC 262 - Semiconductor Electronics (3 cr.)
    ITEC 271 - Processing Non-metallic Materials (3 cr.)
    ITEC 281 - Processing Metallic Materials (3 cr.)
    ITEC 325 - Power Conversion and Control (3 cr.)
    ITEC 344 - Product Design (R&D) (3 cr.)
    ITEC 346 - Architectural Drawing and Design (3 cr.)
    ITEC 435 - Manufacturing Enterprise (3 cr.)
    Two Technology Lab Electives

    Professional Courses: 27 credit hours EDFN 211 - Foundations of Modern Teaching (3 cr.)
    EDFN 241 - Psychological Foundations of Teaching (3 cr.)
    EDTE 291 - Foundations of Technology Education (3 cr.)

    Junior Block (Advanced Professional Studies)
    EDTE 391 - Curriculum and Instruction in Technology Education (3 cr.)
    ITEC 496 - Innovation and Design (3 cr.)

    Senior Block (Advanced Professional Studies)
    EDTE 461 - Student Teaching (12 cr.)
    EDTE 491 - Professional Seminar (1 cr.)

    NOTE: You must achieve and maintain a grade point average of 3.0 or higher to be admitted into your junior and senior block advanced professional studies courses.

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