The Training and Development sequence develops skills in planning, implementing, and evaluating technical training programs for business, industry, and post-secondary education. Graduates work as technical trainers and managers of training.
TEC 407: Instructional Program Development — spring
TEC 408: Instructional Program Implementation/Evaluation — spring
To learn more about each course, the prerequisites, and any additional degree requirements, review the Graduate Catalog.
All Department of Technology master's students must take these classes.
TEC 445: Statistics in Applied Science and Technology — fall, spring
TEC 497: Introduction to Research Methodology — fall, spring
A total of 30 hours is required to complete the degree, including a thesis (for 6 credit hours). After completing the required 5 courses, a student choosing the thesis option will need to complete an additional 9 hours of elective courses.
A total of 33 hours is required to complete the culminating comprehensive option. After completing the required courses, a student choosing this option will need to complete an additional 9 hours of electives, and 9 hours in a secondary area of concentration of conceptually connected coursework.
Upon completion of their Master of Science, students will be able to:
Approach problems and challenges in a systematic way.
Understand trends, issues, and developments in area of specialization.
Demonstrate professional written and oral communication skills.
Effectively use current techniques and technologies of specialization.
Function as a leader in their field.
Understand, evaluate, and apply appropriate research.