B.S. Career, Technical Education and Training

Are you interested in teaching relevant and interesting job skills to adults?
Degree Type Bachelor of Science
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Delivery Online

UW-Stout's Bachelor of Science degree in Career, Technical Education, and Training is a nationally and internationally recognized program. This degree completion program provides instructors and non-instructors the opportunity to articulate an Associate’s Degree or Technical Diploma to a Bachelor's Degree by expanding their technical knowledge to include expertise in instruction, leadership, course construction, and evaluation.

If your goal is to be a trainer in business or industry, then UW-Stout's B.S. CTET program provides many opportunities unavailable in other technical teacher education programs. / UW-Stout

The Career, Technical Education, and Training program is designed for working adults. Our curriculum will prepare you to teach in post-high school settings such as junior colleges, public and private technical colleges, and industrial training programs. As a graduate, you'll train and retrain adult workers in the critical skills needed to excel in today's workplace.

Program Highlights

  • Earn WTCS teaching certification
  • Discipline-focused curriculum
  • Option to earn a specialization in Training and Human Resource Development
  • Maximum transferability of college credits from many of Wisconsin and Minnesota’s technical colleges
  • Financial aid options available

With an earned associate's degree, this convenient online program allows students to complete their bachelor's degree in two years with year-round registration.

Winberg kept ‘chugging’; persistence pays off with degree

He started taking online classes at UW-Stout around 2012 to fit school in with his busy schedule.
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Education Careers

Graduates have gone on to teach in such diverse subject areas as automotive technology, laser technology, diesel technology, building construction, food service, machine technology, optometric assistant, drafting, dental assistant and many more. With 4,000 hours of work experience, graduates are able to be certified to teach in Wisconsin's 16 technical colleges. In addition, many opportunities exist to teach in private schools and in other states.

Industrial Training Careers

If your goal is to be a trainer in business or industry, our nationally recognized curriculum will provide all the coursework needed for industrial training. For your internship you will serve in an industry-training program. 

CTET Advisory Board

2018 CTET Advisory Board

Janet  Bauman Medical Assistant Program Director Northcentral Technical College
Nancy  Chapko UW-Stout Student and Instructional Designer Gateway Technical College
Elisia  Gonsowski HR Generalist Riverside Machine
Jacob  Griggs Instructor, Education Advocate and Media Specialist Western Technical College
David  Johnson Director College of Management, UW-Stout
Lori  Krioss Certification Officer Fox Valley Technical College
Suzanne  Sandmann Instructor Nicolet Area Technical College
Matt Simoneau Program Director    
Julia  Tronnier Student Services Advisor UW-Stout Online
Bethany  Walker UW-Stout Student  
Deb  Walsh Certification Officer Chippewa Valley Technical College
Sandy  White   UW-Stout Online
Linda  Young   UW-Stout Admissions
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