Nurture and Inspire Innovation
In this program, you will learn to provide budding innovators with the educational foundation to pursue a professional future in the fields of engineering and technology.
The program explores the latest methods, techniques and instructional tools used in today’s technology classrooms. Learn to teach technical skills and hands-on experiences in subjects ranging from electronics and microcomputers; to web design and computer aided drafting; to engineering and manufacturing systems.
- Middle school teacher
- Teacher at a technical or vocational school
- High school teacher
- Trainer in industry
- Professional development trainer
|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.
Prepare for the technology education program by taking advantage of training in high school. Classes that teach technical knowledge and skills can give students a jump-start at the college level. Also a good idea to build your math and technical writing skills. Many high schools have programs that help prepare students for careers in technology, and some even offer college credits.
If you’re interested in engineering and technology and also enjoy working with young people, this degree may be a good fit. Students who enjoy building, science, math and technology and are organized, good on computers, and like problem solving, may consider this degree.
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First 2 years receive an Associate of Science degree at College of Southern Idaho in Education - Secondary Engineering and Technology Concentration.
Followed by last 2 years a Bachelor of Science degree from University of Idaho in Engineering and Technology completed at College of Southern Idaho
Course Curriculum Plan
Contact: Dave Campbell or (208) 933-2314