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DEGREE OPTIONS

The M.Ed. in Educational Technology is a 36 hour program. Students must complete the 27 hour core courses plus 9 hours of electives. With faculty advisor approval, students can customize their Program of Study to meet their specific needs. We offer the following options: 

    M.Ed. Traditional.

    This program of study allows students to select 9 credit hours of electives in a specific content area such as educational technology, reading, mathematics, or science.

    M.Ed. + E-Learning Certificate.

    This program of study allows students interested in teaching online in higher   education or at e-learning industries to earn an E-Learning Certificate.

    M.Ed. + Technology Leadership in Education Certificate.

    This program of study provides educators/trainers with the skills and knowledge needed to be effective leaders in technology.

    M.Ed. + E-Learning + Technology Leadership Certificate. 

    This programof study allows you to earn the E-Learning and Technology Leadership in Education Certifications without having to take additional coursework beyond the 36 semester credit hours.

Technology LEADERSHIP IN EDUCATIONT (TLE) CertificatE Program

The Technology Leadership in Education (TLE) Certificate is a 9-graduate credit program that is geared toward providing educators with the skills and knowledge needed to be effective leaders in technology. Principals, superintendents and technology leaders currently in roles as administrators as well as teachers who seek to take more of a leadership role in their district will benefit from this certificate.

EDTC 6340 – Application of Advanced Technologies in Education and Training
EDTC 6341 – Student-Centered Learning Using Technology
EDTC 6342 – Technology Leadership

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E-Learning Certificate Program

The 12-hour graduate certificate program targets individuals interested in working as e-learning practitioners in K-12, higher education, corporate, or e-learning industries. Candidates will be able to serve as effective online educators by advancing knowledge and skills in electronic learning, both conceptual and practical; and meet changing job requirements in response to current trends in e-learning. 

EDTC 6321 Instructional Design
EDTC 6323 Multimedia/Hypermedia
EDTC 6358 Theory and Practice of e-Learning
ELECTIVE with an emphasis on e-learning production skills

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