Brigham Young University. Department of Industrial Education
Citation:BYU organizational history project, via WWW, Nov. 13, 2013: Department of Industrial Education (est. 1959; previously part of Department of Industrial Arts and Drawing; provided baccalaureate programs for Industrial Arts and Technical Education teachers, master's degree for master teacher certification as well as for coordinators, administrators, and supervisors in industrial and technical education; courses included that of Woodwork Fundamentals, Graphic Arts, and Metal Crafts and Lapidary; split in 1966 with emergence of Department of Industrial Technology; part of General College (1959-1966), College of Industrial and Technical Education (1966-1973), College of Engineering Sciences and Technology (1973-1984), College of Engineering and Technology (1984-1993); department chairs included Edwin C. Hinckley (1966-1972), William E. McKell (1972-1973), Garth A. Hill (1984-1993); renamed Department of Technology Education and Construction Management, 1993)
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Collection includes photographs, administrative records, correspondence, and memoranda. In addition, there are curriculum proposals, teaching materials, and numerous photographs and slides. All materials relate to the Department of Technology from 1955-1990.