There are two master’s degrees offered in the Department of Educational Technology. Both degrees support the study and practice of facilitating and improving learning of a diverse population by creating, using, managing, and evaluating appropriate technological processes and resources. Believing technology is a tool that enhances and expands the educational environment, we promote the use of current and emergent technologies for teaching and learning in a dynamic global society. Educational technologists are leaders and innovators, serving in institutions of higher education, public or private school settings, federal, state or local educational agencies, community organizations, and the private sector.
The Master of Educational Technology is practitioner oriented, culminating in a portfolio. The Master of Science in Educational Technology is research oriented, with the program designed specifically to give students in-depth experience with empirical study in the field. The MS thesis is the culminating project, which represents original research or development in educational technology. The thesis must be first successfully proposed and then defended with written and oral examinations.
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