Master of Education in Educational Technology

Begin or enhance a career in the rapidly growing field of educational technology. After completing this degree, you will be a Technology Director recognized by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).

A Technology Director works at the district, state, or regional level to design, model, and implement educational technology in any learning environment, including:

  • pre-kindergarten to college  and corporations
  • distance learning and, in-person, or hybrid classes
  • one-computer setting or multi-technology setting

Our rigorous courses are designed around the Technology Coach and Technology Director Standards set forth by the ISTE.

Starting in the fall of 2012, Educational Technology Curriculum (ETC) graduate courses will be scheduled for two seven-week sessions per semester. You will be able to concentrate on only one or two classes at a time and complete them faster.

Degree requirements

For this 30-credit-hour plan, take one course from each category below:

Educational research

  • one course from:  EDR 610, 611; EPS 525; CTE 691 (3 credits)

Educational foundations

  • one course from: EDF 500, 670, 671, 672, 673, 677 (3 credits)

Curriculum

  • one course from: ECI 649, 666, 675, 696; CTE 592, 670 (3 credits)

Educational technology (21 credits total)

Please note that ALL ETC courses are offered only in 7-week format

  • ETC 547 and 567 (6 units) –Take these two courses first.
  • ETC 585 (3 credits). This course can be taken concurrently, or after ETC 547 and 567. However, you should take it before any ETC 600-level course.
  • ETC 625, 635, 645, 655 (12 credits) – If possible, take them in that order. Usually, ETC 655 should be your LAST ETC course.

At least half of the courses you take must be at the 600 level or above.

Required materials

Find out what books, computer requirements, and other materials you will need during our programs.

Program of Study

Take a look at our programs of study. Your program of study will depend on the date you started:

Phased out programs of study:

For descriptions of specific classes, see the course catalog.

Petition to Transfer Credit

If you are planning to transfer credits from a previous institutions, please make sure that you read this pertinent information.

Technology director in one year - Fast Track

 It’s now possible to complete the MEd Educational Technology even more quickly, so you can start applying your knowledge of technologies into learning environments after only a year.

Starting in the fall of 2012, Educational Technology Curriculum (ETC) graduate courses became more intense, but now last only seven weeks. There are two seven-week sessions during the sixteen-week traditional semester.

For those who prefer the faster track, you can take two courses each seven-week session, completing four courses per semester and finishing the entire master’s program in only one year.

One year fast track

Beginning in the Fall...
  • 1st seven-week session
    • ETC 547
    • ETC 567
  • 2nd seven-week session
    • ETC 585
    • ETC 625

Spring 

  • 1st seven-week session
    • ETC 635
    • ETC 645
  • 2nd seven-week session
    • ETC 655
    • (Non-ETC Core)

Summer I 

  • Five-week session
    • (Non-ETC Core?)

Summer II 

  • Five-week session
    • (Non-ETC Core?)
Beginning in the Spring...
  • 1st seven-week session
    • ETC 547
    • ETC 567
  • 2nd seven-week session
    • ETC 585
    • ETC 625

Summer I 

  • Five-week session
    • (Non-ETC Core)

Summer II 

  • Five-week session
    • (Non-ETC Core?)

Fall 

  • 1st seven-week session
    • ETC 635
    • ETC 645
  • 2nd seven-week session
    • ETC 655
    • (Non-ETC Core)
Beginning in the Summer...

Summer I

  • Five-week session
    • ETC 547
    • ETC 567

Summer II

  • Five-week session
    • ETC 585

Fall

  • 1st seven-week session
    • ETC 635
    • ETC 645
  • 2nd seven-week sesssion
    • ETC 625
    • ETC 655

Spring

  • 1st seven-week session
    • (Non-ETC Core)
    • (Non-ETC Core)
  • 2nd seven-week session
    • (Non-ETC Core) 

Academic Catalog

For more information on this degree, please visit the Academic Catalog.