Course Descriptions

Career and Technical Education

MCT 6410
Multicultural Education
3 credits

This course addresses the principles and practices for providing instruction in the multicultural classroom. Students will study the role of race and social class in the classroom as well as the impact of cultural learning styles and racial identity on learning. They will learn concepts and strategies for effective decision making, delivery of instruction, classroom management, and culturally responsive assessments. This is a dual-listed course for undergraduate and/or graduate credit. Additional and differentiated assignments will be required for students taking this course at the graduate level.

Prerequisite(s): MED 6102 (for all students who began their career and technical degree programs on or after September 1, 2009. MED 6102 is the E-Folio System used for documenting and tracking student mastery of program competencies.)