Gain in-depth knowledge and skill in using educational technology to enhance instruction and student engagement.
What You’ll Learn
The Master of Education with an emphasis in Educational Technology is a professional program intended to support educators and educational specialists in schools, business, industry, and higher education by advancing educational technology's theoretical and practical applications. Students will be encouraged to acquire content and practical knowledge about K-12 coding, different educational technologies used in K-12 education in Utah, educative making and analysis of educative data.
What You Can Do
Students will be provided with pedagogical models for effective technology usage and encouraged to develop their own lessons or training that incorporate active learning and other best practices for effective technology usage. Students will also be encouraged to reflect on inclusive technological practices as well as how technology usage intersects with culture. Upon the completion of the program, students will be able to pursue jobs as technology specialists and or enhance the learning experiences of their K-12 students with advanced technology and media integration.
You must fulfill the following requirements to earn your degree:
- Completion of the 36 credit-hour program consists of 12 credit hours of foundation courses, 15 hours of professional core specific to educational technology and 3 credit hours of graduate electives.
- Completion of a master's project/thesis for final 6 credit-hours.
- Grade of at least a B- in all foundation courses (Coursework in which Ds, Es or UWs are earned is unacceptable and could result in removal from the program if the problem persists.)
- Overall Weber State University GPA of 3.0
Find details on courses in the WSU Catalog.
To apply, follow the steps outlined on our Admission page.
If you have questions regarding the admission process, contact us.