Marketing Education (Career & Technical Education, Bachelor of Science) Sample Online Curriculum

This sample course of study is based on the 2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog. This is not an official advising document. All efforts have been made to provide accurate program information. However, this information is subject to change by the department.

ODU requires a background clearance check for all teacher candidate students. This processes take a minimum of eight weeks to complete.

This is a degree completion program, which means you should already have college credits for the lower division coursework.

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Lower Division Departmental Requirements

These courses are specific to the Marketing Education degree. Additional lower division general education courses are required to earn a bachelor's degree from ODU.

Old Dominion University CourseCreditsNotes
ENGL 110C English Composition3Satisfies GEN ED Written Communication
GEN. ED. (DEPT) Mathematical Skills3MATH 102M/103M
GEN. ED. (DEPT) Human Behavior3PSYC 203S Lifespan Development

Core Teaching Courses

Old Dominion University CourseCreditsNotes
FOUN 301 Learning & Development3
FOUN 302 Assessment of Learning3
STEM 370T Technology and Society3Satisfies GEN ED. Impact of Technology requirement
TLED 315 Foundations of Education3Requires LiveText
TLED 325 Communication & Collaboration in Education Settings3
TLED 326 Socio-Cultural Perspectives in Education3
TLED 425 Creating & Managing Learning Environments3
TLED 426 Intro to Literacy Research, Theory & Practice3

Marketing Education Courses

Old Dominion University CourseCreditsNotes
ECON 200S Basic Economics3
MGMT 325 Contemporary Organizations and Management3
MKTG 311 Marketing Principles and Problems3
MKTG 402 Consumer Behavior3
SEPS 100 Sales Techniques3
SEPS 102 Advertising and Promotions3
STEM 251G Computer Literacy3Meets GEN ED. Information Literacy and Research requirement
STEM 351 Communication Technology3
SEPS 297 Observation and Participation1
SEPS 400 Instructional Systems Development3
SEPS 401 Foundations of Career and Technical Education3
SEPS 402 Instructional Methods3
SEPS 405 Directed Work Experience4
SEPS 415 Advanced Merchandising3
SEPS 485 Student Teaching12

View Course Descriptions in ODU's Undergraduate Catalog


This bachelor's degree requires a minimum of 120 credit hours total.

To complete this degree at ODU as a transfer, a minimum of 30 credit hours must be earned at ODU.


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