Advisor: Scott Calahan (509)-963-3218
This bachelor of science teaching major satisfies the endorsement for Technology Education (5-12).
The technology education broad area programs prepares you to teach technology based on courses at the middle school and high school level. Students selecting this major also CHEM 111, MATH 153, and PHYS 111, a well as the professional education program requirements.
|EET 221/221 LAB||Basic Electricity and Laboratory||5|
|EET 312||Basic Electronics||5|
|IET 145||Machine Woodworking||4|
|IET 160||Computer Aided Design and Drafting||4|
|IET 265||Energy Sources and Power||3|
|IET 385||Product Design and Development||4|
|IET 430||Methods of Teaching Industrial Education||3|
|IET 433||Industrial Education Laboratory Planning||3|
|IET 435||Technology Education Exit Assessment||1|
|MET 255||Metal Machining||4|
|MET 310||Hydraulics and Pneumatics||4|
|MET 345||Production Technology||4|
|MET 382||Plastics and Composites||4|
|OCED 410||Career and Technical Education School|
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|SHM 325||Manufacturing Safety||3|
|7-10 credits by advisement|
More than 100 safety and health professionals from throughout Washington gathered last week at CWUETSC Award Winners At SOURCE!
Congratulations to the following students on their awards from SOURCE 2015: John Evert - OutstandingCWU To Host First Robotics FRC District Event
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