This degree program is designed to prepare educators for leadership positions in educational technology. Individuals successfully completing the program will meet the standards for Advanced Programs in Educational Computing and Technology Leadership adopted by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
Educational technologists are employed in schools and colleges as directors of resource centers and developers of curriculum materials. Increasing numbers are being employed by training agencies in business, industry, government, the military, and the health professions.
Careers: What can you do with a degree in Educational Technology?
Admission Criteria/Application Procedures
- Undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0
- Graduate GPA, if applicable, of at least 3.0
- Standardized graduate admission test (GRE)
Online? Mostly Online
Evening Classes? Yes
|EDF 501 Research Design and Interpretation||3||EDCI 575 Assessment of Learning Outcomes Part I||3|
|EDF 530 Advanced Human Development and Learning||3||EDCI 576 Instructional Materials Design||3|
|EDCI 610 Curriculum Theory: Analysis and Practice||3||EDCI 577 Assessment of Learning Part II||3|
|EDCI 572 Introduction to Educational Technology||3||EDCI 697 Critical Issues in Education||3|
|EDCI 573 Pedagogical Instructional Design||3||EDCI 698 Directed Research Project
EDCI 699 Thesis
|EDCI 574 Adaptations & Accommodations for Diverse Learners||3||Total minimum credits required for degree||33|
Please contact the office of Graduate Studies for information about this program, admission requirements, application forms, graduate assistantships and other scholarship information. Contact us as well for information about any of our graduate degree programs.
Our office is located in McMullen Hall, First Floor.
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