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College of Education

Educational Technology: Degree Programs

From apps and tablets in the classroom to district websites and distance learning, educational technology is essential and ever-changing. This is your chance to take command and help other educators integrate and understand technology in a way that benefits everyone involved.


Curriculum and Instruction Ed.D (Ed Tech concentration)

The Educational Technology concentration in the Curriculum and Instruction Ed.D. program explores the nature of core and diverse curriculum issues while expanding your ability to design, implement, and evaluate technology-based learning methods and equipment. If you are considering advancing to district-level curriculum administration, a position as a school-level software instructor, or leadership in the area of technology and curriculum. 

Because of this degree's intense focus, you will need to already have a concentration in Educational Technology to join this program. For more information about specific curriculum requirements, please visit the academic bulletin


Educational Technology, M.Ed.

This web-based program gives you the opportunity to study topics like instructional design, media management, and facilities planning, among others. You will complete the program with an electronic portfolio of your accomplishments, along with demonstrating industry best practices at professional conferences to gain real-world experience. For more information about specific curriculum requirements, please visit the separate Educational Technology, M.Ed. website or the academic bulletin