Master of Education in Technology Education: Assistantships and Careers
The Technology Education department offers assistantships each year to our online graduate students, depending upon available funding. Graduate assistants do not teach classes, but may supervise open laboratories for undergraduate courses. As a graduate assistant, you may also work on research or special projects for faculty, the department or University.
For information on available positions, contact the program director, Dr. Glenn Hider, at email@example.com. For general information on graduate assistantships, visit the School of Graduate Studies and Research.
The online technology education graduate program at Cal U is of value to teachers because teachers, upon receiving teaching certification, are required by most states to receive ongoing professional development credits beyond their bachelor's degrees.
In Pennsylvania for example, teachers need to obtain 24 credits after their bachelor's degrees. In addition, some states are now requiring teachers to receive professional credits. In Pennsylvania, every teacher must receive six credits (or equivalent) of professional development every five years.
Where Our Graduates Are Working
Our graduates are sought by important and well-known employers in the educational field. Among the many employers of our graduates are these school districts and organizations: