Career and Technical Education
University of South Florida offers a Masters of Arts Degree
in Career and Technical Education (CTE).
MA in Career and Technical Education is designed primarily for
career and technical educators and related professionals such
as career specialists who work directly with students
in career related programs in middle school, high school, technical
center and community college settings. The focus is on improving
instructional, curricular and related competencies
and the development of leadership skills.
36-semester hour program is delivered via the Internet and consists
of 12 courses taught over a two-year period. There are three
Saturday sessions in Tampa. A new cohort is admitted every fall
semester. Click the icon below for more information about the
program, costs, courses involved, a link to apply and related information.
faculty all have teaching experience in career and technical
education programs at the local level and they have many years'
experience offering graduate programs at the university level.
Each is considered an expert in his or her respective areas
of interest within CTE and all have published, presented and
consulted widely. Our CTE faculty pride themselves in having
a very student-friendly approach and feel very strongly that
are here to serve students".
Dr. Bill Blank (Professor Emeritus)
Dr. Victor Hernandez
Dr. Edward Fletcher
Dr. Johanna Lasonen
For more information on the MA in CTE program contact:
Dr. Victor Hernandez, Associate Professor
Office: EDU 151B
Phone: (813) 974-1277
Fax: (813) 974-3366
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