6A-4.060. Specialization Requirements for Certification in Technology Education (Grades 6-12) - Vocational Class  

Effective on Wednesday, April 17, 2002
  • 1(1) Plan One. A bachelor’s or higher degree with an undergraduate or graduate major in industrial arts or technology education, or

    22(2) Plan Two. A bachelor’s or higher degree with thirty (30) semester hours in industrial arts or industrial technology education to include credit in four (4) of the ten (10) areas specified below:

    55(a) Materials and manufacturing processes technology to include credit in woods, metals, and man-made materials,

    70(b) Drafting and design technology,

    75(c) Energy and power technology,

    80(d) Graphic communications technology,

    84(e) Electronics technology,

    87(f) Construction technology,

    90(g) Transportation technology,

    93(h) Biomedical technology,

    96(i) Information technology, and

    100(j) Industrial systems technology such as robotics, laser technology, fiber optics, or other feedback controlling systems.

    116Rulemaking Authority 1181001.02, 1191012.55, 1201012.56 FS. 122Law Implemented 1241001.02, 1251012.54, 1261012.55, 1271012.56 FS. 129History–New 10-10-89, Amended 11-13-96, 7-17-00, 4-17-02.


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