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Workforce Education
444 Gamble Street
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Tallahassee, FL 32307



Bachelor of Science

Department of Workforce Education

College of Education - Florida A&M University

Tallahassee, Florida

The Technology Education undergraduate program is designed to prepare a student to teach all technology education related courses at the middle and high school level.  This program fulfills course requirements for Technology Education certification in the State of Florida.

Suggested Curriculum Sequence for Undergraduate Technology Education
 First Semester 
BSC 1005 
Biological Science/with Lab 
ENC 1101
Freshman Communication Skills I
EIA 1049
Intro to Teaching Tech Education
EIA 2284C
Standards Based Process in TE
#- - -
“Humanities Elective”
 Total Semester Hours16
 Second Semester 
EIA 3264C Technical Drawing and Design3
ENC 1102Freshman Communication Sk. II   3
GRA 1333Graphic Arts Materials & Proces3
MAC1105College Algebra3
HSC 1100Health for Modern Living OR 
HSC 3107Healthy Lifestyles for Students3
 Total Semester Hours15
 Summer Semester 
GLY 2001Intro to Earth and Space Science 
AMH 2020U S History 1865-Present            
EDF 1005Introduction to Education 
 Total Semester Hours9


  First Semester 
 ECO 2013Principles of Economics I
EIA 3230CProcess and Test of Eng Materials3
PSY 2012Introduction to Psychology3
PSC 1121Intro to Physical Science w/lab4
EDG 2701Teaching Diverse Populations3
 Total Semester Hours16
  Second Semester 
EME 2040Intro to Instructional Tech3
EIA 3223CIssues in Appropriate Tech3
MGF 1107Liberal Arts Math II3
DEP 2004Human Growth & Development3
EIA 3270Electricity/Electronics Tech3
 Total Semester Hours15
Note: One of the following may be used for the second HUM course: AMH 2010, 2020, 3571, 3572; AML 3010, 3122, ARH 2050, 3000, 3610, 4410, 4414; ENL 3013, 3023; EUH 3100, 3120, 3501; LIT 2110, 2120, 3110; MUH 3116, 3211, 3212; MUL 2111, 2112; PHI 20120, 3101, 3100, 3200, 3600, 3700; PHH 3400, 3600 PHM 3120; REL 2000.
 First Semester 
EDG 3004 
Overview & Orientation                
EIA 3237C
Transportation Systems                 
EIA 3240C
Eng. Stud. w/ Spec. Needs in TE 
RED 3333
Teach. Reading in Content Area    
OST 3337
Professional Report Writing        
EIA 4228CInformation Technologies        
 Total Semester Hours16
 Second Semester 
EDG 3302 Prof. Dev. For Pre-Professionals 3
EIA 3275CEnergy and Power     3
GRA 1300Measurement & Eval in Education3
EIA 3269CBio-Related Technologies                    3
EIA 3260CConstruction Practices3
 Total Semester Hours15
 First Semester 
EIA 4360Instr. Methods in Tech Education   3
EIA 4664CManufacturing  Enterprises   3
EIA 3265Technology Special Engineering & Design3
TSL 4324

ESOL Survey of Strategies forLearning for Secondary Schools     

EIA 4220CIntro to Robotics and Automation3
 XXX-XXXXGeneral Elective                                          3
Total Semester Hours 


 Second Semseter 
EIA 4941Student Teaching (Grades 6-12)6
 Total Program Hours126

Visit the Center for Academic Success for criteria to gain admission into the Teacher Education Program. If you have not gained admission into the professional teacher education program because of FTCE/GK deficiency(s) you will be permitted to register for restricted upper division professional teacher education courses provided you enroll in the appropriate EDG 4002, FTCE TEST PREPAREDNESS COURSE(S).
Visit the department office (GECB 307) or the Center for Academic Success (200 GECB) for course restriction list.

Any undergraduate student admitted without two years of one foreign language or American Sign Language or the equivalent of such instruction at the post-secondary level (except those exempted in Rule 6C-6.004(1) C, FAC) must complete eight semester hours in one foreign language prior to graduation.