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
- distance learning
- in-person classes
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.
For this 30-credit-hour plan, take one course from each
- one course from: EDR 610, 611; EPS 525; CTE 691 (3 credits)
- one course from: EDF 500, 670, 671, 672, 673, 677 (3 credits)
- one course from: ECI 649, 666, 675, 696; EDL 600; CTE 592, 670 (3 credits)
Educational technology (21 credits total)
- ETC 547 and 567 (6 units)
- 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.
Additional educational technology course work
- ETC 625, 635, 645, 655 (12 credits)
At least half of the courses you take must be at the 600 level
Program of study
Take a look at our programs of study. Your program of study
will depend on the date you started:
For descriptions of specific classes, see the course catalog.
Technology director in one year
Learn how you can complete this degree in one year with our fast track.