Carol Mooney

Ed.D. Career and Technical Education; M.S. Vocational Education-Marketing Education; B.S. Marketing Education
School of Education

Office: 232 Communication Technologies
Phone: 715/232-1444
Email: mooneyc@uwstout.edu

Education

  • Master of Science
    • Major: Vocational Education
    • Concentration: Marketing Education
    • Thesis: Microcomputer Use in Wisconsin Marketing Education Programs
  • Bachelor of Science
    • Major: Marketing Education
    • Minor: Business Administration

Research Interests

Carol's research interests include educational degree attainment and career paths of traditional and nontraditional students in higher education. In addition, Carol continually studies contemporary issues in career and technical education.

Courses Taught

Professional courses for Career and Technical Education

CTE 334/534 Performance Analysis

CTE 438/638 Course Construction

CTE 708 Issues in Career and Technical Education

CTE 725 Quality in Education

CTE 746 Seminar in CTE

CTE 797/780/784 Field Experience/Internship CTE Coordinator

TECED 739 Introduction to Research

CTE 901 Introduction to the Ed. D. in Career and Technical Education

CTE 903 Leadership in CTE

CTE 912 Educational Policy and Leadership

Marketing and Business Education professional coursework taught 1988-2003

Background

Carol has been a member of the faculty at UW-Stout since 1988.  While at Stout, she has served as a professor and program director of the B.S. in  Marketing Education; associate dean and dean in the College of Technology, Engineering & Management and the College of Management; and is presently serving as professor and program director for the graduate degrees in Career and Technical Education.  

Carol has been involved in numerous curriculum projects at UW-Stout, including program revisions and new program development at both undergraduate and graduate levels.  Most recently, Carol lead the research, design, and development of UW-Stout's first doctoral program, a Doctor of Education in Career and Technical Education which is scheduled for launch in the fall of 2013.

Prior to her UW-Stout career, Carol worked in the private sector as a sales and marketing manager.  In addition to her experiences in higher education and business and industry, Carol taught marketing education at the high school level.

Additionally, Carol received multiple awards while teaching over the years. In 2012, she received the Outstanding Graduate Faculty Award at UW-Stout, and the Teaching Excellence in the School of Industry & Technology Award in 1996. While affiliated with UW-Madison, she was involved with the Fairbrothers Fellowships from 1991-95, and finally, in 1998, Carol received the College of Technology, Engineering & Management Prime Mover award.