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In collaboration with the College of Education, the Center provided programs that lead to certification in business education. Candidates with a bachelor's degree or higher who do not seek another graduate degree may enroll in the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program. The program is designed to build on the academic competencies and technical experiences of the enrolling candidates. Admitted students must complete the program requirements to receive endorsements for Pennsylvania Instructional I Certificate.
The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program in Marketing Education is a 27-semester-hour program of professional studies that builds on a platform of prerequisites experiences and courses. A list of the course work and experiences associated with this program is provided below.
|Computer & Information Technology||Computers & Applications|
|Law, Entrepreneurship & International Business||Law of Contracts|
|Quantitative Skills & Accounting||Accounting Principles I|
|Sales & Sales Management|
|E-Retailing & Supply Chain|
|Consumer Behavior or Marketing Research|
|Economics and Personal Finance||Macroeconomic Principles|
|Money & Finance|
|Management||Organization & Management|
|DE 5422||Methods of Teaching Distributive Education||3|
|DE 5522||Current Trends in Distributive Education (Blended Online/Classroom)||3|
|CTE 5669||Project-Based Learning for Children||3|
|ED 5605||Models of Teaching||3|
|EDUC 5402||Child and Adolescent Development||3|
|SecEd 5471||Reading Problems in Secondary Schools||3|
|SpEd 5666||Educating Students in Inclusive Settings (online)||3|
|TESOL 8631||Foundations of Language Teaching||3|
|EDUC 5888||Supervised Teaching and Seminar (M.Ed. and PBCP Students register for a special 1 credit section of the EDUC 5275 Seminar)||3|
|BE 5522||Current Developments and Trends in Distributive Education||3|
Students need to complete and attain a satisfactory score on the following Praxis tests and undergo a performance assessment.
The degree and certification programs in Career and Technical Education (Business, Computer, and Information Technology Education (BCITE); Industrial Education; Marketing Education) were recently revised to address new regulations from the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE). All students enrolling, as well as students already enrolled, in any of these programs for the first time are strongly recommended to check with the Student Resource Center (SRC) in the College of Education, or with the Department of Teaching & Learning (T&L), www.temple.edu/education/tl to affirm the requirements that pertain to their specific major. In addition, students should check the Undergraduate Bulletin web site http://www.google.com/search?q=Temple+University+undergraduate+bulletin&Go+Google=Go for the most current information about these programs (Academic Programs section), or the College of Education's web site www.temple.edu/education.
. It is also recommended that students meet with an advisor before enrolling in classes specific to these majors and leading to certification as a teacher. This is to assure that a candidate’s intended program of study will be compatible with the new requirements.
The PBCP in ME, once a free-standing program, is now part of the M.Ed., in the ME Program. This is to say that while the M.Ed. in ME is an eleven course master degree program to which all BCITE graduate students must apply, it differs in that one may elect to terminate the program after nine courses, attain the PDE Certification in ME, and forego the M.Ed., degree.
Dr. D. James Gilmour
Business, Computer & Information Technology and Marketing Education