Printed on 10/21/2021
Career and Technical Education Instruction
Associate Degree (AAS)
Financial Aid Eligible
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*If general education courses are required, they may be available at multiple locations.
The Career and Technical Education Instruction program will prepare you to teach technology education/industrial arts programs at various educational levels. You’ll gain skills in areas like welding, construction, automotive, engineering, manufacturing, as well as teaching curriculum. Upon graduation, you’ll be prepared to teach occupational, vocational, career or technical subjects to students at the middle and secondary school levels. See Additional Information for more licensure requirements that may be required.
Career and Technical Education Instructor
Instructional Support Professional
An academic skills assessment is required for admission into this program or the following: High School GPA of 2.75 or higher (last 10 years) OR provide completion of associate’s or higher degree OR; 165 or higher on your 2014 series GED tests OR; ACT OR SAT OR Accuplacer OR Companion OR Compass (last 3 years) to waive to the general education level; The cost of the Accuplacer assessment is $15; Catalog #: 94100100; Learn more at www.fvtc.edu/Assessment.
Credit Transfer Options
They're your credits. Take them with you!
Whether you’re an incoming student, transferring to another two-year college or pursuing your bachelor’s degree, we make it easy for you to seamlessly transfer your credits. With full accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission, we offer credit transfer agreements with more than 65 two-and four-year colleges.
- Demonstrate instructional strategies for CTE content areas
- Implement developmentally appropriate practices to foster learning
- Adapt instruction to meet the diverse needs of all learners
- Use proactive classroom management techniques
- Perform professional responsibilities
- Incorporate the reflective process to promote professional growth
- Demonstrate Career and Technical Education content area skills
Wisconsin DPI Experienced-Based Licensure for Technical and Vocational Education Subjects form PI-1623 and accompanying documentation of 200 hours of related work experience or completion of a bachelor’s degree are needed to meet licensure requirements in the State of Wisconsin. Graduates of the associate degree would be qualified for experience-based licensure and associate degree credits may be transferred to UW-Oshkosh toward a Technology and Engineering Education bachelor’s degree.
A physical exam and Mandated Reporter Training are required prior to Practicum 1.
A criminal background check is required to exhibit you have NO record that would prohibit you from working in a K12 school setting.
Students will be required to travel to Spanbauer for some first semester courses.
Still undecided about your major or exploring your career options? Check out these resources to identify your personality traits, values, abilities and interests – important considerations when choosing a career. You’ll also find details about scheduling a college visit and contact information for our career counselors if you’d like more personal assistance. We’re here to help you explore your options.