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Career & Technical Education Degrees (CTE)
The Career & Technical Education programs at Northern Arizona University are distinctive and address the emerging need for practitioners and occupational trainers with knowledge specifically in Career & Technical education, especially as it relates to the latest educational teaching and occupational training practices. Our programs are ideal for people who are currently teaching or aspiring to teach their occupational area to others in high schools, HRD, trade schools, or community colleges.
Career & Technical Education is pleased to share information about our programs. For further information or to answer your questions, please email EdSpecialties@nau.edu.
What You Will Learn Accordion Closed
Our CTE programs help you advance in the technical areas of your current career, become equipped to train others, move forward in your career, and find personal enrichment!
What Our Graduates Are Saying Accordion Closed
“I was apprehensive about finding a quality program with credibility that could be done through distance learning as we know that there are plenty available minus the credibility. The M.Ed. CTE program was very challenging and really stretched me in my profession, yet I never missed a family moment or an all important little league game.”
“I can’t tell you how much easier the process of opening and operating a private welding school has been thanks to what I learned while in the program.”
~ Dan Londo
What Makes Us Special Accordion Closed
We allow up to 55 hours of occupational experience and up to 90 hours of transfer credit in the BSEd program.
We offer an accelerated MEd program.
Our certificates stack into our degree programs.
We offer flexible concentrations in the MEd program.
Our Programs Are All Online!
We offer a Bachelors, Masters, Undergraduate Certificate, and Graduate Certificate. We also offer an accelerated option for students who complete both our BSEd program and MEd program.
These programs do not lead to an institutional recommendation.