The Online M. Ed. in Educational Technology is a 36-hour program designed to prepare persons in K-12, higher education, corporate, and military settings to develop the skills and knowledge necessary for the classrooms and boardrooms of tomorrow. Graduates of this program will have a much better understanding of the uses of technology and how they can be applied in instructional/training settings.
The program focuses on the theory, research and applications related to the field of educational technology and is intended to help individuals:
The GRE is not required for Educational Technology graduate program applicants with an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or above.
If applicant does not meet the minimum undergraduate GPA criterion of 3.0, GRE general test with minimum scores of 150 Verbal, 141 Quantitative, and 4.0 Analytical are required for conditional admission. GMAT and GRE test scores are valid for 5 years.
To earn a Master of Education in Educational Technology, students must complete 36 semester credit hours according to the following degree plan:
Curriculum and Instruction: (9 hours)
Educational Technology: (18 hours)
Electives: (9 hours)
Students will select 9 hours of electives based upon their professional needs and academic interests (e.g., 9 hours in a specific content area such as reading, mathematics, science) or desire to earn a graduate certificate in in E-Learning or Technology Leadership, or both.
Learn more about the Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Educational Technology.
For more information about this program please contact:
|Rene Corbeil, Ed.D.