The Master of Science degree program includes three sequences:
Students interested in both training and project management may elect either the Project Management sequence or the Training and Development sequence then complete the remaining program as a concentration in partial fulfillment of the degree elective requirements.
The Technology Education sequence is not a teacher certification program. Certified secondary teachers pursue the degree for professional development. Non-certified students also may pursue the master's in conjunction with other courses required for teacher certification.
To be admitted, you must have an undergraduate cumulative grade point average of 2.8 or a 3.0 in the last 60 hours of undergraduate course work. Program applicants with GPA's lower than 2.8 overall or 3.0 in the last 60 hours of undergraduate course work must submit their scores of the General Test of the GRE to be considered for probationary program admission. At least two letters of recommendation attesting to your professional accomplishments and contributions and leadership potential should be submitted. Please visit the Graduate School Web site for an application form.
We recommend international students visit the Graduate School page for additional information.
Upon completion of their MS studies, students will be able to:
Dr. Klaus Schmidt
Phone: (309) 438-3502
Location: 210A Turner Hall