Our fully online, 33-credit Master of Arts Degree in Education: Concentration in Educational Technology (PK-12 & Higher Education) graduate program is designed for current and future PK-12 and higher education instructors who want to use educational technology in the face-to-face and remote classroom as well as for educational leaders who seek positions in the field of educational technology.
The program has been developed to provide educators and administrators with an introduction to the pedagogy and practical application of using technology in a learning environment. The program is for beginners who have minimal technical skills as well as for experienced technology users. It will consist of courses that will run during the regular graduate, summer, and winter intersession semesters.
At A Glance
Master of Arts in Education
PK-12, Higher Education
Semester (including summers)
33 credits in various required and elective general education and educational technology courses.
Required Courses (8)
GE-500. Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Education or GE-501. Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Early Childhood
GE-502. Psychological Foundations of Learning
GE-505. Directed Research
GE-512. Assessment of Student Ability & Achievement
GE-555. Computers in Curriculum Design Development and Evaluation or GE-556. Integrating Technology into the Early Childhood Classroom
GE-653. Assistive Technology: Uses and Application
GE 689. Online Teaching and Learning
GE-640. Introduction to Learning Management Systems
Elective Courses (Choose 3)
GE-641. Instructional Design & Delivery
GE-642. Current Issues and Trends in Educational Technology
GE-643. Web 2.0 Tools and Applications
GE-644. Using Technology in a Face-to-Face or Remote Classroom
Graduates of the program will be able to:
Describe the history of educational technology
Design lesson plans using educational technology
Use Web 2.0 tools
Design and deliver online instruction
Employ various forms of educational technology in the classroom.