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Career and Technical Education - ATS

Career and Technical Education - ATS

This program is available at the Beavercreek, Bellefontaine and Springfield - Leffel Lane locations. All Clark State coursework can be completed online or at one of our campus locations.

Clark State College has developed an Associate of Technical Studies (ATS) degree specializing in career-technical education. This degree was designed specifically for career and technical educators who currently have a Route B career-technical license, so completing the program is easy!

  • Utilize your technical work experience
  • Transfer in professional career-technical teacher education coursework
  • Complete general education coursework through Clark State
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Outcomes and Curriculum

Course Title Credits
ENG 1111 English I 3
ENG 1112 English II  
or ENG 2230 Technical Report Writing 3
-- Social Science Elective 3
-- Humanities Elective 3
-- Humanities/Social Sciences Elective 3
  Total credit hours 15
* At least 20 semester hours must be completed at Clark State.** At least one of the three humanities/social science courses must contain global awareness and diversity components. These courses have a (GA) after their listing in the catalog.*** If the combination of education credits transferred in and STT 2640 and COM 1120 do not total 32 semester credit hours, the student will need to have additional technical credits approved by his/her advisor to meet the 32-credit-hour minimum:

Technical Requirements: A combination of Professional Teacher Education coursework transferred from ODE approved institutions (up to 26 semester credit hours) and STT 2640 Elementary Statistics I (3 semester credit hours)  COM 1120 Public Speaking (3 semester credit hours). Basic requirement technical work-based experience credit: 14 semester hour credits based on documentation of Ohio Route B Licensure.