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2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Career and Technical Education Program


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Family and Consumer Science Department
College of Education and Professional Studies
Ellensburg
Michaelsen Hall, room 100
Mail Stop 7565
509-963-2766
Fax 509-963-2787
www.cwu.edu/family-consumer/career-and-technical-education-teaching-major
See website for how this program may be used for educational and career purposes.

Faculty and Staff    
Interim Chair

Sarah Feeney, PhD, CFLE

Program Coordinators
Kimberlee Bartel, PhD, business and marketing, career and technical education
Jodi Musser, MA, business marketing education, family and consumer sciences education, career and technical education

Professor
Kimberlee Bartel, PhD, business and marketing, career and technical education

Senior Lecturer
Jodi Musser, MA, business and marketing, career and technical education

Lecturer
Breanne Devlin, PhD, family and consumer sciences

Emeritus Professors
Willa Dene Powell, PhD, family and consumer sciences education
Marla Wyatt, PhD, family and consumer sciences education

Staff
Alex Lange, secretary supervisor

Program Information

Family and Consumer Sciences Career and Technical Education Teaching Major, BS

This bachelor of sciences teaching major satisfies the endorsement for family and consumer sciences teaching for career and technical education.

Special requirements:
Students wishing to obtain a teaching certificate in family and consumer sciences education will:

  • Complete the family and consumer sciences career and technical education teaching major
  • Successfully complete FCSG 205 before being fully admitted to the major
  • Have a university-level cumulative GPA of at least 2.3 for full admission to this major and a 3.0 minimum cumulative GPA in the major to exit the program and to graduate from CWU with teacher certification
  • Earn a grade of C or higher in each course counted toward fulfilling major requirements
  • Apply, be accepted into, and complete the Teacher Certification Program
  • Student teach in a CTE-approved program
  • Hold a valid first aid card with CPR
  • Complete 2,000 hours of paid work experience in the last six years
  • Provide documentation of occupational safety

Family and Consumer Sciences Major, BA

The BA in family and consumer sciences comprises a general introduction to the broad areas of family and consumer sciences and, with an appropriate minor, can provide students with a well-rounded preparation for life or for further advanced study. This major requires a minor or double major. Students must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.3 for full admission to this major and a 2.5 GPA for graduation.

Business and Marketing Education Major, BS

This bachelor of science teaching major satisfies the endorsement for business and marketing education teaching for career and technical education. It is designed for students who are seeking teaching careers in business and marketing education at the secondary grade levels (7-12). The coursework provides experiences in the business and marketing education content areas and instructional pedagogy including field experiences that are designed to prepare teacher certification and content endorsement. Students in the business and marketing education major must be admitted to the Teacher Certification Program and complete the Secondary Education Major Program as part of the Teacher Certification Program.

Program Requirements and Pre-admission Requirements
Students wishing to obtain a teaching certificate in business and marketing education will:

  • Complete the business and marketing career and technical education teaching major
  • Successfully complete CTE 310 before being fully admitted to the major
  • Have a university-level cumulative GPA of at least 2.3 for full admission to this major and a 3.0 minimum cumulative GPA in the major to exit the program and to graduate from CWU with teacher certification
  • Earn a minimum grade of C in each course counted toward fulfilling major requirements
  • Apply, be accepted into, and complete the Teacher Certification Program
  • Student teach in a CTE -approved program
  • Hold a valid first aid card with CPR
  • Complete 2,000 hours of paid work experience in the last six years
  • Provide documentation of occupational safety

Required to take the Secondary Education Program for 50 credits.

Programs

    Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)Bachelor of Science (B.S.)Certificate BMinor

    Courses

      Business Marketing Education (BME)Career and Technical Education (CTE)FCS: Education (FCSE)Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance (GPD)Occupational Education (OCED)

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