Why ODU for Technology Education?
Technology teachers engage students with hands-on classroom activities. These activities include engineering, architecture, technology and applied sciences.
This endorsement is available to:
- individuals who want to teach and need a teaching license, or
- current teachers with a provisional license who desire a technical professional license.
When you complete this program, you will qualify to apply for a Virginia teaching license to teach technology education. If you are outside Virginia, please check with your state's department of education for licensing requirements, or with your local district for professional education requirements.
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- 46-48 credit hours
As part of your coursework, you will complete a student teaching internship in a middle or high school technology laboratory, under the supervision of a cooperating teacher and university faculty member. You must earn passing scores on the Virginia Licensure Test before the internship.
Online Learning Environment
Participate in live, regularly scheduled online class meetings and access course materials online from any location. All courses follow ODU's regular academic calendar.
Careers in Technology Education
With a technology education endorsement and teacher licensure, you will be ready to help students engage with science and technology. You will introduce students to engineering, architecture, and the sciences with hands-on learning in the classroom.
This licensure-only program is designed to prepare students for a Virginia teaching license to teach technology education.
If you are outside Virginia, please check with your state's department of education for licensing requirements or with your local district for professional education requirements.
Use these links to see if we have determined whether this program meets requirements in other states.