Education - Online CTE Licensure Pathway

Courses can be taken at any time in any order.

Course Offering fulfills the Oregon Administrative Rules (OARS) for CTE Licensure:

Summer:

ED 219 - Civil Rights and Multicultural Issues in Education (3 cr) - Meets CTE requirements for Multicultural Education

ED 480 - Teaching Math to Secondary Learners in Context (3 cr) - Meets CTE requirements for Teaching Mathematics to Secondary Learners

ED 481 - Reading and Writing for Secondary Learners in Context (3 cr) - Meets CTE requirements for Teaching Reading or Writing and LIteracy to Secondary Learners

Fall:

ED 219 - Civil Rights and Multicultural Issues in Education (3 cr) Meets CTE requirements for Multicultural Education

ED 420/520 - Classroom Management (3 cr) Meets CTE requirements for Classroom Management

ED 440 - Human Development for adolescent and older children (3 cr) Meets CTE requirements for Human Development for Adolescent and Older Children

Winter:

ED 478 - OR Law and Special Needs Student (3 cr) Meets CTE requirements for Oregon School Law including a Focus on Special Needs Students

ED 484 - Introduction Career and Technical Education in Oregon (3 cr) Meets CTE requirements for Introduction to Career and Technical Education

Spring:

ED 420/520 - Classroom Management (3 cr) Meets CTE requirements for Classroom Management

ED 429 - Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for CTE (3 cr) Meets CTE requirements for Curriculum Design, Instructional Strategies, and Assessment

 

For more information or to declare a CTE minor, students should make an appointment with an Academic Advisor in the College of Education by calling Student Services at 541-737-4661.