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  • Appalachian State University / Career and Technical Education (BS) - Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
    Technical Education BS Family and Consumer Sciences Education Career and Technical Education BS Technology Engineering and Design Education Career and Technical Education BS Trade and Industrial Education Minors View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom North Carolina Association for Career and Technical Education NCACTE Appalachian Educators open to all education majors sponsors service events and provides professional development and leadership opportunities Student North Carolina Association of Educators a pre professional organization for college students interested in a career in education Chi Sigma Iota the international honor society for students professional counselors and counselor educators Kappa Delta Pi the national honorary education fraternity Orchesis the expressive arts honor society which sponsors activities throughout the year View all student organization contacts Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Opportunities for education majors include international student teaching Admission Requirements Admission to Appalachian s Teacher Education Program is required Apply Visit Info Method of Delivery In addition to on campus programs the Reich College of Education offers undergraduate concentrations in Career and Technical Education at several off campus locations in Caldwell Burke and Wilkes counties Contact the program coordinators for more information on which courses will be offered at these locations Contacts Reich College of Education Department of Curriculum and Instruction Jerianne Taylor Professor taylorjs appstate edu Program Coordinator Trade and Industry and Technology Engineering and Design Herb Brown Professor brownhf appstate edu Program Coordinator Business Marketing and Entrepreneurship Education and Business Finance and Information Technology Education Cheryl Lee Professor leecl appstate edu Program Coordinator Family and Consumer Sciences Department of Curriculum and Instruction The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers a broad range of comprehensive degree programs at the baccalaureate and master s level The department seeks

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  • Appalachian State University / Career and Technical Education (BS) - Business, Marketing and Entrepreneurship Education
    Technical Education BS Family and Consumer Sciences Education Career and Technical Education BS Technology Engineering and Design Education Career and Technical Education BS Trade and Industrial Education Minors View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom North Carolina Association for Career and Technical Education NCACTE Appalachian Educators open to all education majors sponsors service events and provides professional development and leadership opportunities Student North Carolina Association of Educators a pre professional organization for college students interested in a career in education Chi Sigma Iota the international honor society for students professional counselors and counselor educators Kappa Delta Pi the national honorary education fraternity Orchesis the expressive arts honor society which sponsors activities throughout the year View all student organization contacts Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Opportunities for education majors include international student teaching Admission Requirements Admission to Appalachian s Teacher Education Program is required Apply Visit Info Method of Delivery In addition to on campus programs the Reich College of Education offers undergraduate concentrations in Career and Technical Education at several off campus locations in Caldwell Burke and Wilkes counties Contact the program coordinators for more information on which courses will be offered at these locations Contacts Reich College of Education Department of Curriculum and Instruction Dr Jerianne Taylor Professor taylorjs appstate edu Program Coordinator Trade and Industry and Technology Engineering and Design Herb Brown Professor brownhf appstate edu Program Coordinator Business Marketing and Entrepreneurship Education and Business Finance and Information Technology Education Cheryl Lee Professor leecl appstate edu Program Coordinator Family and Consumer Sciences Department of Curriculum and Instruction The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers a broad range of comprehensive degree programs at the baccalaureate and master s level The department

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  • Appalachian State University / Career and Technical Education (BS) - Family and Consumer Sciences Education
    Design and Apparel Textile Production A list of all courses that graduates can teach in North Carolina is located on the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction s website Courses The core courses for all five Career and Technical Education degrees are Career and Technical Education Curriculum Management of Career and Technical Education Programs and CTSOs Research in Career and Technical Education Methods and Materials in Career and Technical Education Practicum in Career and Technical Education Program of Study Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Career and Technical Education BS Business Finance and Information Technology Education Career and Technical Education BS Business Marketing and Entrepreneurship Education Career and Technical Education BS Technology Engineering and Design Education Career and Technical Education BS Trade and Industrial Education Apparel Design and Merchandising BS Child Development BS Birth through Kindergarten licensure Interior Design BS Child Development BS Family and Consumer Sciences non licensure Nutrition and Foods BS Dietetics Nutrition and Foods BS Foodsystems Management Minors View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom North Carolina Association for Career and Technical Education NCACTE Appalachian Educators open to all education majors sponsors service events and provides professional development and leadership opportunities Student North Carolina Association of Educators a pre professional organization for college students interested in a career in education Chi Sigma Iota the international honor society for students professional counselors and counselor educators Kappa Delta Pi the national honorary education fraternity Orchesis the expressive arts honor society which sponsors activities throughout the year Student Association of Family and Consumer Sciences SAFCS Family Career and Community Leaders of America FCCLA students are actively involved at the local and state level View all student organization contacts Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Opportunities for education majors include international student teaching Admission Requirements Admission to Appalachian s Teacher Education Program is required Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Graduates are hired quickly and often have multiple job offers Appalachian is the only institution of higher education in North Carolina to offer a degree in Career and Technical Education This program has a long standing commitment to excellence in CTE teacher preparation and is well respected at the local state national and international levels Faculty and students are actively in involved professional and student organizations related to Career and Technical Education This is a small personal program in which teacher candidates take courses and participate in field experiences together for four semesters All students are known well by each other and by the CTE faculty Number of Students 50 60 Method of Delivery On campus and at several off campus locations plus online through Distance Education Careers Middle and high school teachers Community college instructors Adult educators in community agencies Private school teacher Educator in business or industry Career center instructors Contacts Reich College of Education Department of Curriculum and Instruction Dr Jerianne

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  • Appalachian State University / Career and Technical Education (BS) - Technology, Engineering, and Design Education
    Science in Technology This master s degree offers concentrations in Appropriate Technology Building Science and Sustainable Design and Construction People Alumnus Profile Will Thrasher 10 Will Thrasher 10 is a Principles of Engineering teacher at Asheville s Nesbitt Discovery Academy Courses The core courses for all five Career and Technical Education degrees are Career and Technical Education Curriculum Management of Career and Technical Education Programs and CTSOs Research in Career and Technical Education Methods and Materials in Career and Technical Education Practicum in Career and Technical Education Program of Study Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Sustainable Technology BS Career and Technical Education BS Business Finance and Information Technology Education Career and Technical Education BS Business Marketing and Entrepreneurship Education Career and Technical Education BS Family and Consumer Sciences Education Career and Technical Education BS Trade and Industrial Education Building Sciences BS Sustainable Building Systems Industrial Design BS Furniture Design Industrial Design BS Product Design Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Cross Media Production Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Packaging Production Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Print Production Minors No minor is required for this degree Students can pursue a minor in Business and Information Technology Education View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom North Carolina Association for Career and Technical Education NCACTE Appalachian Educators open to all education majors sponsors service events and provides professional development and leadership opportunities Student North Carolina Association of Educators a pre professional organization for college students interested in a career in education Chi Sigma Iota the international honor society for students professional counselors and counselor educators Kappa Delta Pi the national honorary education fraternity Orchesis the expressive arts honor society which sponsors activities throughout the year View all student organization contacts ASU TECA Technology Education Collegiate Association the student club for technology education majors ASU TECA is affiliated with ITEA and TECA National Members attend regional and national conferences work with public school teachers and serve as judges and coordinators for the North Carolina Technology Student Association Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Opportunities for education majors include international student teaching Admission Requirements Admission to Appalachian s Teacher Education Program is required Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The CTE program is delivered online and on campus Graduates are hired quickly and often have multiple job offers This program has a long standing commitment to excellence in CTE teacher preparation and is well respected at the local state national and international levels Faculty and students are actively in involved professional and student organizations related to Career and Technical Education Students have the opportunity to compete in regional state and national TEECA TSA and VEX competitions through the student organization ASU TECA This is a small personal program in which teacher candidates take courses and participate in field experiences together for four semesters All students

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  • Appalachian State University / Career and Technical Education (BS) - Trade and Industrial Education
    course requirements toward the completion of a Master of Science in Technology This master s degree offers concentrations in Appropriate Technology Building Science and Sustainable Design and Construction Courses The core courses for all five Career and Technical Education degrees are Career and Technical Education Curriculum Management of Career and Technical Education Programs and CTSOs Research in Career and Technical Education Methods and Materials in Career and Technical Education Practicum in Career and Technical Education Program of Study Four Year Guide Click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Career and Technical Education BS Business Finance and Information Technology Education Career and Technical Education BS Business Marketing and Entrepreneurship Education Career and Technical Education BS Family and Consumer Sciences Education Career and Technical Education BS Technology Engineering and Design Education Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Cross Media Production Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Packaging Production Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology BS Print Production Building Sciences BS Architectural Technology and Design Building Sciences BS Construction Management Building Sciences BS Sustainable Building Systems Industrial Design BS Furniture Design Industrial Design BS Product Design Minors No minor is required for this degree Students can pursue a minor in Business and Information Technology Education View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom North Carolina Association for Career and Technical Education NCACTE Appalachian Educators open to all education majors sponsors service events and provides professional development and leadership opportunities Student North Carolina Association of Educators a pre professional organization for college students interested in a career in education Chi Sigma Iota the international honor society for students professional counselors and counselor educators Kappa Delta Pi the national honorary education fraternity Orchesis the expressive arts honor society which sponsors activities throughout the year View all student organization contacts ASU TECA Technology Education Collegiate Association the student club for technology education majors ASU TECA is affiliated with ITEA and TECA National Members attend regional and national conferences work with public school teachers and serve as judges and coordinators for the North Carolina Technology Student Association Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Opportunities for education majors include international student teaching Admission Requirements Admission to Appalachian s Teacher Education Program is required Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The CTE program is delivered online and on campus Graduates are hired quickly and often have multiple job offers This program has a long standing commitment to excellence in CTE teacher preparation and is well respected at the local state national and international levels Faculty and students are actively in involved professional and student organizations related to Career and Technical Education Students have the opportunity to compete in regional state and national TEECA TSA and VEX competitions through the student organization ASU TECA This is a small personal program in which teacher candidates take courses and participate in field experiences together for four semesters All students are known

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  • Appalachian State University / Chemistry (BA)
    hours of physics 8 hours of mathematics and an additional 6 8 semester hours selected from astronomy biology geology or physics This degree also has a 6 hour language requirement at the intermediate level or higher Program of Study click on the pdf for your major Four Year Guide click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Chemistry BS Certified Chemist Chemistry BS Environmental Chemistry BS Fermentation Sciences Chemistry BS Forensic Science Chemistry BS Individually Designed Chemistry BS Marketing and Business Chemistry BS Secondary Education Chemistry Pre professional and Paramedical BS Minors A minor is required Students often minor in a foreign language View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Appalachian Chemical Society the campus chapter of the American Chemical Society Forensic Club for students interested in forensic science computer forensics toxicology or a career in law enforcement Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Depending on their research topic chemistry majors may want to connect with scholars in other countries Students are allowed to conduct research with faculty at any of Appalachian s international partners Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Chemistry majors from Appalachian typically graduate with multiple job offers and can work in any area of the profession regardless of their concentration State of the art technology gives students job ready skills while also providing services to research and industry partners Professors focus exclusively on undergraduates and about half of all students conduct research directly with a faculty member and present at national or regional conferences Employers comment that Appalachian chemistry majors need minimal on the job training Weekly seminar discussions bring national leaders to campus enhancing learning and career opportunities for upper level students Number of Students About 5 of current chemistry majors pursue the Chemistry BA degree Method of Delivery On campus only Careers The American Chemical Society details career options in industry academia government non profit and entrepreneurship Learn more Career options with any chemistry degree can include the following with some requiring more than a bachelor s degree Analytical Chemist Biochemist Brewer Lab Assistant Laboratory Technician Chemical Oceanographer Clinical Chemist Color Development Chemist Development Chemist Environmental Health Specialist Fire Protection Engineer Food and Drug Inspector Food Scientist Technician Forensic Chemist Hydrologist Pharmaceutical Sales Representative Pharmacologist Sanitation Inspector Toxicologist View more career possibilities Bureau of Labor Statistics Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry Dr Claudia Cartaya Marin Chair cartayacp appstate edu 828 262 2763 Department of Chemistry The Department of Chemistry offers the BA degree plus the BS with eight different concentrations Its programs prepare students for the chemistry and pharmaceutical industries professional schools graduate school teaching and more College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian s largest college The College of Arts and Sciences has more than 500 faculty members and approximately 5 400 students majoring in

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  • Appalachian State University / Chemistry (BS) - Certified Chemist
    in her research with Dr Ece Karatan in the Department of Biology Students in her lab obtained experience performing literature searches learning proper research notebook keeping and using chromatographic techniques and NMR and IR spectroscopy Meet more faculty Courses A 42 hour chemistry core including a senior research project of honors thesis plus 10 hours of physics 8 hours of mathematics and an additional 6 8 semester hours selected from Astronomy Biology Geology or Physics Course Descriptions Program of Study click on the pdf for your major Four Year Guide click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Chemistry BA Chemistry BS Environmental Chemistry BS Fermentation Sciences Chemistry BS Forensic Science Chemistry BS Individually Designed Chemistry BS Marketing and Business Chemistry BS Secondary Education Chemistry Pre professional and Paramedical BS Minors A minor is optional Chemistry majors often minor or take courses in Physics Geology Math Spanish Criminal Justice Marketing or Biology View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Appalachian Chemical Society the campus chapter of the American Chemical Society Forensic Club for students interested in forensic science computer forensics toxicology or a career in law enforcement Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Depending on their research topic students may want to connect with scholars in other countries Chemistry majors are allowed to conduct research with faculty at any of Appalachian s international partners Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Chemistry majors from Appalachian typically graduate with multiple job offers and can work in any area of the profession regardless of their concentration State of the art technology gives students job ready skills while also providing services to research and industry partners Professors focus exclusively on undergraduates and about half of all students conduct research directly with a faculty member and present at national or regional conferences Employers comment that Appalachian chemistry majors need minimal on the job training Weekly seminar discussions bring national leaders to campus enhancing learning and career opportunities for upper level students Number of Students About 19 of current chemistry majors pursue the Certified Chemist concentration Method of Delivery On campus only Careers The American Chemical Society details career options in industry academia government non profit and entrepreneurship Learn more Career options with any chemistry degree can include the following with some requiring more than a bachelor s degree Analytical Chemist Biochemist Brewer Lab Assistant Laboratory Technician Chemical Oceanographer Clinical Chemist Color Development Chemist Development Chemist Environmental Health Specialist Fire Protection Engineer Food and Drug Inspector Food Scientist Technician Forensic Chemist Hydrologist Pharmaceutical Sales Representative Pharmacologist Sanitation Inspector Toxicologist View more career possibilities Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry Dr Claudia Cartaya Marin Chair cartayacp appstate edu 828 262 2763 Department of Chemistry The Department of Chemistry offers the BA degree plus the BS with eight different concentrations

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  • Appalachian State University / Chemistry (BS) - Environmental
    levels 300 times the allowable amounts in drinking water Meet more faculty Courses A 32 hour chemistry core 13 hours of physics 8 hours of mathematics and 8 hours of biology or geology plus a 25 hour environmental concentration Course Descriptions Program of Study click on the pdf for your major Four Year Guide click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Chemistry BA Chemistry BS Certified Chemist Chemistry BS Fermentation Sciences Chemistry BS Forensic Science Chemistry BS Individually Designed Chemistry BS Marketing and Business Chemistry BS Secondary Education Chemistry Pre professional and Paramedical BS Minors A minor is optional Chemistry majors often minor or take courses in Physics Geology Math Spanish Criminal Justice Marketing or Biology View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Forensic Club for students interested in forensic science computer forensics toxicology or a career in law enforcement Appalachian Chemical Society the campus chapter of the American Chemical Society Club of the Environmental Sciences a student organization that welcomes anyone interested in environmental science Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Depending on their research topic students may want to connect with scholars in other countries Chemistry majors are allowed to conduct research with faculty at any of Appalachian s international partners Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Chemistry majors from Appalachian typically graduate with multiple job offers and can work in any area of the profession regardless of their concentration State of the art technology gives students job ready skills while also providing services to research and industry partners Professors focus exclusively on undergraduates and about half of all students conduct research directly with a faculty member and present at national or regional conferences Employers comment that Appalachian chemistry majors need minimal on the job training Weekly seminar discussions bring national leaders to campus enhancing learning and career opportunities for upper level students Number of Students About 4 of current chemistry majors pursue the Environmental concentration Method of Delivery On campus only Careers The American Chemical Society details career options in industry academia government non profit and entrepreneurship Learn more Career options with any chemistry degree can include the following with some requiring more than a bachelor s degree Analytical Chemist Biochemist Brewer Lab Assistant Laboratory Technician Chemical Oceanographer Clinical Chemist Color Development Chemist Development Chemist Environmental Health Specialist Fire Protection Engineer Food and Drug Inspector Food Scientist Technician Forensic Chemist Hydrologist Pharmaceutical Sales Representative Pharmacologist Sanitation Inspector Toxicologist View more career possibilities Bureau of Labor Statistics Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry Dr Claudia Cartaya Marin Chair cartayacp appstate edu 828 262 2763 Department of Chemistry The Department of Chemistry offers the BA degree plus the BS with eight different concentrations Its programs prepare students for the chemistry and pharmaceutical industries professional schools graduate school teaching and more

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