Bachelor of Science

Career and Technical Studies Courses

Courses in parentheses are prerequisites.

A. Required Courses (39 units)

Units Course Title Course Description
(3) EDUC 102 Characteristics and Management of Career Technical Education
(3) EDUC 103 Assessment and Instruction in Career Technical Education
(EDUC 102)
(3) EDUC 104 Teaching Diverse Learners in Career Technical Education
(3) EDUC 105 Advanced Instructional Design, Program Evaluation and Leadership in Career Technical Education
(3) EDUC 106 Instructional Supervision/Coordination I of Career Technical Education
(Must be admitted to the BSCTS program)
(3) EDUC 107 Instructional Supervision/Coordination II of Career Technical Education
(Must be admitted to the BSCTS program)
(1) EDUC 109 Career Guidance in Career Technical Education
(Application for Review of Work Experience)
(3) EDUC 110 Current Issues in Career Technical Education
(Must be admitted to the BSCTS program)
(3) EDUC 111 Education for Career Technical Studies with Special Needs
(Must be admitted to the BSCTS program)
(3) EDUC 112 Legislation and Financing of Career Technical Education
(Must be admitted to the BSCTS program)
(3) EDUC 113 Introduction to Technology Based Teaching Strategies in Career Technical Education
(Must be admitted to the BSCTS program)
(3) EDUC 114 Multicultural Career Technical Education fo ra Pluralistic Society
(Must be admitted to the BSCTS program)
(3) EDUC 115 Behavior Management and Total Quality Management in the Career Technical Education Program
(Must be admitted to the BSCTS program)
(2) HLSC 136 School Health Education
(CPR training; may be taken concurrently)

B. Elective Courses (0 - 6 units)

Units Course Title Course Description
(1 - 6) EDUC 116 Special Problems in Career Technical Education
(Must be admitted to the BSCTS program)
(3) EDUC 117 Field Experience in Career Technical Education
(Must be admitted to the BSCTS program)

Note: Not all students will be required to take elective courses.

EDUC 102 and EDUC 103 also fulfill requirements for Designated Subjects Teaching Credential Level I.
EDUC 104 and EDUC 105 also fulfill requirements for Designated Subjects Teaching Credential Level II.
EDUC 106 and EDUC 107 also fulfill requirements for Supervision and Coordination Credential.

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