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Workforce Education and Development (Undergraduate & Graduate Programs)

Undergraduate

Undergraduate

Bachelor's degree specializations at Bowling Green State University lead to teacher licensure in the fields of Business and Marketing Education and Family and Consumer Sciences Education. As a major in Workforce Education and Development, you will select one of these specializations. Each specialization provides you with unique opportunities to gain real-world experience during related internships and student teaching as you prepare for teaching and related business or family and consumer sciences.
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Graduate

Graduate

Completion of BGSU’s master’s degree program in workforce education and development qualifies students for competitive positions in teaching, business and industry, and creative leadership in the areas of business and education (including career-technical education). The program is offered completely on campus, completely online and blended with some courses on campus and some courses online. Find out more

Non-Degree

Non-Degree

Bowling Green State University’s licensure programs for current educators who wish to teach career-technical workforce development are the only programs of their type in Ohio that are offered completely online. While online courses demand more self-discipline than traditional courses, they offer the significant benefits of greater scheduling freedom and travel cost savings. The goal of these licensure programs is to contribute to your success as a teacher. Find out more

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