About the Bachelor's Program
The Bachelor of Science in Teaching and Training Technical Professionals (BSTTTP) is designed to prepare instructors and trainers for postsecondary educational institutions, industry, public and private agencies engaged in education and the training of adults. This degree is not intended for Ohio public school teacher certification/licensure (K-12).
This degree focuses on producing instructors who primarily teach subjects within a technical specialty at the postsecondary level. The program consists primarily of five major classifications: business technologies, engineering technologies, health technologies, natural science technologies, and public technologies. The student, with prior approval of the adviser, may select other career areas.
Graduation requirements for the Teaching and Training Technical Professionals program include:
- a minimum of 128 semester hours
- overall GPA of 2.5 or higher
- 42 hours of general education; 51-60 hours of technical education coursework; 32 hours of Professional Education
Note that, the last 32 hours must be completed at The University of Akron and are available fully online.
TEACHING AND TRAINING TECHNICAL PROFESSIONALS
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