MIT Program Tracks

Mahnaz Moallem, Suesan Sullivan and Trish Torkildsen in the spring 2005 MIT 510 class.The MIT program is directed toward preparing students to function in a variety of roles to be performed in a broad range of settings, including:

Such roles are typically found in business and industry, human services, health institutions, higher education, government, military, and public and private K-12 education.

Students who enter the program are advised to identify their future goals and career path. Depending on students' career plans and goals, and in order to better prepare students for their future roles and responsibilities within different settings, one of the following tracks may be identified to assist the student and her/his advisor in taking appropriate focus area courses.   


Business & Industry

Example Job Titles

Basic Duties

List of Required and Suggested Focus Area Courses

Required/Core Courses:

Suggested/Focus Area Courses:

Each student may choose 15 credit hours from the following list. The courses that are marked with * are highly recommended for this track.

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Government Agencies & Higher Education

Example Job Titles

Basic Duties

List of Required and Suggested Focus Area Courses

Required/Core Courses:

Recommended Focus Area Courses:

Each student may choose 15 credit hours from the following list. The courses that are marked with * are highly recommended for this track.

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Public & Private K-12 Education

Example Job Titles

Basic Duties

List of Required and Suggested Focus Area Courses

Required/Core Course

Required Focus Area Courses for Students Seeking M Level Certification Degree:

Select one course from the following courses (3 credits):

Suggested/Focus Area Courses:

Each student may Choose 6 credit hours from the following list. The courses that are marked with * are highly recommended for this track.

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