The degree you want, how you want it.

The Master of Science (MS) degree in Educational Technology emphasizes a practitioner's approach to the design, development, and evaluation of instructional technology for education and industry. The program focuses on issues relating to learning, instructional design, visual design, multimedia development, evaluation, and research.  The entire program of study is offered online.  Program courses are sequenced to permit completion within two years. There are separate requirements for the Undergraduate Minor, Ph.D. Minor, Graduate Certificate, and M.A. in Second Language and EdTech.

Because the M.S. in Education Technology has specific entrance and degree requirements you should meet with an academic advisor to ensure that you have met the following requirements.

Before admission you'll need:

  • A completed bachelor's degree (in the last 60 credit hours) or master's program from an accredited institution with an overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
  • A completed application form, along with copies of all official undergraduate and graduate transcripts and payment of Graduation College application fees.
  • Three letters of recommendation dated within six months of the date of application and written by professionals who are in a position to address the applicant's ability to succeed at the graduate level.
  • A completed student information form that includes a brief statement of long-range professional goals and a 500-word summary on a topic relating to educational technology.

Please contact Administrative Associate Carol Lehman if you have any questions or if you are interested in learning more about this program, or, if you are interested in sitting down with an academic advisor to assist you in applying to this program, please contact Raina O'Brien.

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