2020-2021 Catalog

Industrial Arts and Applied Design Instruction, Graduate Certificate - Canada

This program is intended to provide current British Columbia teachers with the knowledge and skills required to teach Industrial Arts, with an Applied Design focus, in B.C. schools. The program is based in fundamental principles of applied design outlined in the new B.C. Curriculum Plan. Applicants will learn curricular and pedagogical skills applicable to the teaching of Industrial Arts in B.C. schools. The pedagogical model in this program is one in which candidates will learn these curricular and pedagogical skills in the contexts of both the classroom and an actual Industrial Arts shop, where effective teaching skills and strategies are learned experientially. Safety is an additional primary focus throughout the program; instruction and practices adhere to BC WorkSafe principles and practices. Applicants who complete this program will have the knowledge, skills, and certification necessary to teach Industrial Arts in B.C. K-12 schools.

 

In addition to City University of Seattle's graduate admission requirements, found under Admissions in the catalog menu, students in this program must also meet the requirements listed below:

Students must have earned a bachelor degree with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 or a masters or doctoral degree with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 for program admission.

Total Required Credits (26 Credits)

Required Courses

ECC 509Preparation for Professional Growth

3

ECC 510Technology Tools and Information Literacy

2

EEA 534Technologies for Learning

3

TCI 550Skills and Pedagogy in Industrial Arts and Applied Design

3

EEA 532Instructional Leadership: Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

3

ECC 515Leadership and Counselling Diverse Cultures in Education

3

ECC 511Research Methods in Education

3

TCI 650Applied Project in Industrial Arts and Applied Design

6

*Program for BC, Canada Providence only.