Master of Education

M.Ed. in Educational Technology

Offered  Online.

The Master of Education in Educational Technology degree focuses on technology-integrated instruction and assessment that emphasizes high-quality lesson design, critical inquiry, and building a community of learners. Studies will include a critical analysis of current and future technologies to enhance learning in the K-12 classroom through application, research, and data analysis. 

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Program-Specific Admission Requirements

In addition to the general admission requirements for the School of Education, you must also meet the following admission requirements for the Master of Education Technology program:
  • A Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution and hold a valid state teaching certificate (applicant must provide copy of certificate).
  • School employment as a teacher in a K-12 setting is required.
  • Minimum 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale
  • A felony background check and FBI fingerprint check must be completed for admission. Admission is dependent upon clearance
  • Child abuse or neglect screening
    • Note: If the felony backgound check, FBI fingerprint check and child abuse or neglect screening have been completed for continuous current employment or for the U.S. military, a copy of the same may be submitted.
  • Students with a cumulative GPA between 2.75 and 3.0 may be considered for admission, if they provide one of the following:
    • Four (4) years successful employment experience (validated by a letter of recommendation from supe1visor based on good evaluations).
    • An acceptable GRE score for verbal and quantitative tests.
  • Be officially admitted to the School of Education

Degree Requirements

The Master of Educational Technology requires a minimum of 30 completed credit hours. Refer to your catalog for a complete listing of coursework for this degree.

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Graduation Requirements

  • In addition to graduation requirements stated in the Academic Policies, an approved portfolio is required, or the advanced candidate may be exempted and instead create a learning module or course content indicative of the MED in Educational Technology program's relevance and rigor. The portfolio must be presented by the fifth week of the last term in the student's program. A student cannot complete the program or be recommended for certification without an acceptable portfolio.
  • Successful completion of 30 credit hours, with no grade lower than a "C", in the required courses, with a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher.
  • An application for Graduation is required before a completion statement is posted to the transcript. Students must submit the completed form with the appropriate fee.