M.S. in Career and Technical Education
Teaching Marketing, a Teaching Job Like No Other
As you know, marketing is a very dynamic field, one that provides exciting and fast-paced experiences! Hence, teaching marketing in a high school is the same. It is like no other teaching job one has ever seen and offers opportunities for: Working with high school students
- Working with high school students
- Working with business partners in the business community
- Placing and supervising students in actual marketing positions and coordinating that with classroom instruction
- Taking students to conferences – Orlando, Anaheim, Atlanta, Salt Lake City to name a few! By far, it is the best teaching position in any given school. It involves the best of both worlds – working with students and working with business leaders in the local community!
By far, it is the best teaching position in any given school. It involves the best of both worlds – working with students and working with business leaders in the local community!
- There is a critical shortage of marketing teachers in Virginia.
- Average starting salary is $45,000.00 and depending on where you live it can go as high as $55,000.00 plus. And, this is for a 10-month contract (you have off in the summers and school holidays).
- You can earn a Virginia teaching license with an endorsement in marketing and a VT master’s degree in one year.
- The program can be custom-designed into a hybrid distance program, meaning you only have to spend three weeks in the summer and a fall semester in Blacksburg. If you would like, the remainder of the program can be completed off campus.
- The VT CTE program has achieved a 100% placement rate for its’ graduates for the past 10 years!
- Career promotion opportunities include being a school administrator or a university professor.
- Vocational and Technical Education
- Marketing Education
- Vocational Special Needs Education
- Marketing and Distributive Educators
- Technical Skills Across Occupations
- Trends In The World Of Work
- Labor Market Skill Gaps
- Best Practices In Workforce Development
Career and Technical Education Research Highlights
Recent Faculty Publications:
Mukuni, J., & Price, B. (2016). Identifying connections between career and technical education (Career and Technical Education) and academic programs through standards of learning. International Journal of Vocational and Technical Education, 8(4), 25-34
Mukuni, J., Price, W. (2014). Implementation challenges of a donor funded development project: Lessons learned through a deep-end strategy while implementing a development program in Zambia. Journal of African Studies and Development, Vol. 6(1)(EF19DD842921), 7. www.academicjournlas.org/JASD
Mukuni, J. & Price, B. (2013). Portability of technical skills across occupations: A Case for demolition of disciplinary silos? International Journal of Vocational and Technical Education. pp. 21 – 28. DOI: 10.5897/IJVTE2013.0131
Students interested in applying to M.S./Ed.S. in Career and Technical Education endorsement in Marketing Education should contact the program leader, Dr. Bill Price, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 540-231-7390.
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