Technology & Engineering Education

Technology & Engineering Education
BS
Hours76 - 77 Credit Hours
MAPMajor Academic Plan

Program Requirements

For students accepted into the major after August 1, 2014, grades below C in any required coursework in a teaching major or teaching minor will not be accepted. Teacher candidates must maintain a total GPA of 3.0 or higher throughout the program and to qualify for student teaching. For details on admission and retention requirements for teaching majors and teaching minors, see Educator Preparation Program Requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog.
requirement 2
Technical emphasis electives:
Complete 14 hours from one or more of the following areas: graphic design and multimedia; engineering prep and electronics; construction systems; information technology; architecture and furniture design; manufacturing; computer science; trade and technical. For specific courses, please visit www.et.byu.edu/tte or contact the School of Technology advisement center in 250 SNLB.
requirement 3 Complete 4 courses
Complete four registrations of the following (except when enrolled in TTE 476R):
requirement 4 Complete 1 course
requirement 5 Complete 2 options
Professional Education Component:
Licensure requirements: Contact the Education Advisement Center, 120 MCKB, 422-3426, to schedule the final interview to clear your application for the secondary teaching license. You should be registered for your last semester at BYU prior to the scheduled appointment.
Note: Fingerprinting and FBI clearance must be completed prior to enrolling in TTE 276R.
option 5.2 Complete 12.0 hours from the following course(s)
Student teachers/interns must complete three forms in their LiveText accounts (PIBS, CDS, FED) and attach their TWS to the LiveText account for their program. All four must be completed to be cleared for graduation.
requirement 6
Complete department packet and exit interview.
Program Outcomes

UETS Standard 1: Learner Development

Each candidate understands cognitive, linguistic, social, emotional, and physical areas of student development.