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Brooklyn, NY 11201
Welcome to the Department of Career and Technology Teacher Education
Accreditation Visit, May 2018
The Career & Technology Teacher Education Department along with the Math Education Department at New York City College is hosting an accreditation visit by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) on May 6-8, 2018. More Info.
National Science Foundation (NSF) Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM) grant provides scholarships to high achieving financially needy students. The number and size of awards vary based on the availability of funds and scope and capacity of the projects. Each year normally 80-100 new S-STEM institutional awards are awarded and each individual award usually does not exceed $600,000 in direct costs. Professors Urmi Ghosh-Dastidar (PI, Mathematics), Sandie Han (Mathematics), Diana Samaroo (Chemical Technology), and Armando Solis (Biological Sciences) successfully secured Advancing Student Futures in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics NSF S-STEM grant (Award # 1458714; $616,288) (https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1458714) in 2015.
The Department of Career and Technology Teacher Education offers the Bachelor of Science in Education degree as well as certificate programs for individuals seeking New York State teacher certification as teachers of Career and Technical Education (CTE) subjects and Technology Education.
The Career and Technical Teacher Education Program offers the Bachelor of Science in Education degree, Initial and Professional CTE teaching certificates, Extension certificate for Coordinator of Work-based Learning Programs, and a Certificate Program for Non-degree students. Specific CTE subjects in which individuals can seek certification include the career fields of family and consumer sciences (e.g., culinary arts, textile and design); health (e.g., dental hygiene, nursing); and trade/technical occupations (e.g., automotive maintenance, computer technology, and graphic arts). Graduates of the Career and Technical Teacher Education program are employed in a variety of settings including CTE programs in public high schools, private trade schools, Boards of Cooperative Education Services (BOCES), and industrial training programs.
The Technology Teacher Education Program offers the Bachelor of Science in Education degree, the Initial Certificate, Transitional C Certificate for career changers, and Professional Certificate in technology education through the Transitional C Program. The technology teacher education program focuses on the broad technological systems of communication, construction, manufacturing, transportation and energy. As part of the communications systems sequence, the program collaborates with the Computer Systems Technology Department to offer students an array of courses that prepare them to effectively use and manage information technology (IT) in the schools.
Career and Technical Teacher Education and Technology Teacher Education at City Tech are the only such programs in the City University system that prepare K-12 teachers of technology education and specific career and technical education (CTE) subjects. The programs are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).