- Public or private school teacher
- Community college or technical institute teacher
- Instructor in business and industry in an office or retail setting
- Trainer in a business setting
- Human resources development specialist
|Potential salaries are based
upon national averages.
According to Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs for high school teachers are expected to grow by 7 percent from 2010 to 2020.
If you’re interested in business and also enjoy working with young people, this degree may be a good fit. Students who enjoy business classes in high school, and are organized, good on computers, and like problem solving, may consider this degree. To prepare for a degree in business and marketing education, take courses that will teach you about management, economics, accounting and computers. These skills will prepare you for advanced studies at the college level.
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First 2 years receive an Associate of Science degree in Education - Secondary Engineering and Technology Concentration
Followed by last 2 years a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering and Techology
Contact: Dave Campbell or (208) 933-2314