Bachelor of Science in Education: Career and Technical Education—Occupational Education Emphasis
Advance your career or find personal enrichment with this
degree emphasis. This program is ideal if you:
- want to train others in the technologies of
- need specific occupational training
- have occupational work experience or prior
In this program, you can use up to 90 hours of
transfer credit and up to 53 hours of occupational experience credit toward
This program is an online degree that does not
involve student teaching and does not lead to secondary certification.
Learn more about this program.
To earn this degree, you must complete a total of 120 credit
- 35 units of liberal studies requirements
- 55 units of major requirements (can include 35
hours for NOCTI exam and/or 18 hours for occupational experience)
- 30 units of CTE requirements
- elective courses, if needed, to reach an overall
total of at least 120 units
Visit the academic catalog to learn more about specific requirements for this degree.
If you have any question about the NOCTI exams
or the occupational experience credit, please contact Nicole Hampton at (928)
523-2560 or email@example.com.
Additional class registration information
Undergrads need to have a signed "Override
Authorization/Out-of-Career" form to take 500-level classes.
Graduate students need the same form to take a 400-level
class and have it count towards a degree program. Complete the form (PDF version) (Word version) and fax it to Laura Cook at
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Want to know which classes to take and when? Check
out our 2-year course schedule to find
out what will be offered in the future.