Ferris State University offers UA members the opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree in Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVACR) or Technical Education. The credits earned through your five year apprenticeship or the UA STAR exam are applied towards your earning of an associate degree at Washtenaw Community College. Once the AAS degree is earned, UA members can then transfer into bachelor of science degree programming at Ferris.
College of Professional & Technological Studies:
Graduates possess strong basic academic skills, specialized technical skills, are able to communicate effectively, and are well-versed in instructional design, development, and instructional technology. The program can lead to state, public school teacher certification.
ProMoTEd is a program designed to offer working students a unique opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Education degree in Technical Education and/or possibly Secondary Certification. Students complete the Professional Education course sequence within 12 months using a blended instructional design that includes intensive direct instruction, online education and project-based learning. All courses are offered in a one credit module. The program is run in cohorts. You must complete the online application and pass all sections of the Michigan Test for Teacher Certification-Basic Skills Test, and have met the following requirement for admissions: An Associates degree with a minimum of 40 semester hours in an occupational major.
Contact: Deborah Ducat, School of Education:
College of Education and Human Services: http://www.ferris.edu/education/
For more detailed information about our programs, courses, credit transfer, and advising, follow the links in the menu to the right or contact:
Tom Crandell, Program Director
Corporate and Professional Development
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