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As a seasoned professional in your field, you have the knowledge and experience professional and technical students need to succeed. Now – by immediately applying and completing this bachelor's program – you will have complementary knowledge and experience to be the teacher your students need to succeed.
The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Professional Technical Education & Instructional Design (Teach Tech) program will prepare you to train workers in your field and teach college-level classes. This program is designed for students who have completed a two-year technical degree or approved associate degree and have a minimum of two years' related work experience for technical teaching positions in business, apprenticeship, and at community or technical colleges.
This 90-credit degree program offers you a pathway to becoming a skilled Technical Education Teacher. The program emphasizes focused coursework on the complexities of the adult learner, the role of community colleges in society, instructional methods in workforce education, and issues of equity. You will learn how to shift your focus from teaching purely for content mastery to student-centered learning and leadership.
Mary E. Beans, Ed.D. Professional Technical Education & Instructional Design Faculty Lead
Office Location: C222A
Contact Information: (206) 934-5885
Walk-in office hours change quarterly; please check with your instructor.
***Meetings can be arranged outside of office hours by appointment***