Ed.D. in Career and Technical Education

CTE graduates

The Doctor of Education in Career and Technical Education (Ed.D. CTE) is the highest degree awarded at UW-Stout. It builds on UW-Stout’s M.S. and the Ed.S. degrees in Career and Technical Education to prepare leaders who will provide vision, direction, leadership and the day-to-day management of educational activities in technical colleges and other postsecondary settings, as well as secondary divisions of CTE.

The Ed.D. CTE curriculum will prepare graduates to set educational standards and establish the policies and procedures to achieve goals and to maximize student learning. Students will acquire competencies to enable them to:

  • Develop academic programs
  • Monitor student progress
  • Hire, train, motivate, and evaluate teachers and other staff
  • Manage counseling and other student services
  • Prepare budgets
  • Handle relations with staff, parents, students, employers, and the community.

This program is a cohort-based, hybrid delivery model that includes both on campus weekend and evening courses, as well as supplemental online instruction, and fully online courses. The Ed.D. CTE has been developed to blend into the schedule of the working professional. A new cohort is admitted annually.

 


 

Carol Mooney

 

Carol Mooney, Ed.D.
Program Director  

232 Communication Technology Bldg.
715-232-1444
mooneyc@uwstout.edu

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Executive Program

All courses will be delivered using distance education technologies and non-traditional meeting times including online instruction, interactive television and face-to-face weekends. Students enrolling in this program should have experience as instructors, faculty, staff or leaders within the career and technical education field. 

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Fall 2014 Cohort

Interested students should make application by the March 15, 2014 priority deadline. Priority deadline means that applications will be considered until the cohort is full, however those applications received prior to or by the deadline will be given preferred status.