The Master of Educational Technology
is our professional degree, focusing on skills for improved performance at all levels of education, in the classroom and beyond.
Course work focuses on theoretical foundations, hands-on technology skills, and integration strategies for today’s learning environments. All M.E.T. students will complete a Portfolio
as their Culminating Activity.
Note: M.E.T. Students can also earn a graduate certificate in one of the three specializations: ONLINE TEACHING, SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY COORDINATION, or TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION SPECIALIST. In order to do so, please indicate the appropriate certificate on the Graduate Admissions application form. Students must apply for a certificate before starting course work.
- EDTECH 501 Introduction to Educational Technology
- EDTECH 502 The Internet for Educators
- EDTECH 503 Instructional Design for Educators
- EDTECH 504 Theoretical Foundations of Educational Technology
- EDTECH 505 Evaluation for Educational Technologists
- 15 elective credits
- Does not require GRE
- Culminating Activity: Portfolio Required
Most Educational Technology faculty hold doctoral degrees and have practical experience in their field.
- Minimum grade-point average of 3.0
- 500-word personal statement
- Completed program development form
- Admission to the Graduate College
All M.E.T. application materials (including transcripts) must be received 45 days before classes start to guarantee a seat. We accept qualified students up to one week prior to the start of classes,on a space available basis. Seats are filled on a first come first serve basis. Due to popularity of our programs we encourage all students to register early. Tuition payment is not required at the time of registration.
See Admission Procedures
for steps to apply
|Doctorate of Education
|Master in Educational Technology
|Master of Science in EdTech
|Grad Cert. Technology Integration
|Grad Cert. Online Teaching
|Grad Cert. School Technology Coordination
*Without transfer credits
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