Educators who want to become better teachers, peer trainers, online teachers, e-learning designers, and school technology coordinators should seriously consider the Master's Degree in Educational Technology, a project-based program because of its strong focus on hands-on technology integration.
A Boise State Master's degree in Educational Technology will provide students with several distinct advantages, each of which translates into greater value for you. For example, we expect students to customize our program to their professional needs. We strongly encourage students to specialize in an area of emphasis in addition to developing proficiency in a broad range of technology integration teaching skills. Become noted and highly employable as an innovative technology integrator, an online teacher, or an instructional designer.
The course work in this program focuses on theoretical foundations, hands-on technology skills, and integration strategies for today's learning environments. The program is specifically designed to meet the needs of practitioners who want to immediately apply in their work environments what they've learned in ours. THIS PROGRAM IS NOT FOR INITIAL TEACHER LICENSURE.
Applicants of this program must have a Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution, GRE scores, GPA, and a successful essay.
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)