The Master of Education in Educational Technology is an advanced degree program that focuses on integrating technology to improve teaching and learning in the K-12 classroom. The program provides you with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully implement technology into K-12 curriculum and instruction. You'll develop an in-depth expertise in emerging educational technology practices and to build a foundation allowing you to serve as a technology leader in the classroom, school and district levels. In addition, when you complete 24 hours of graduate courses in technology, you'll receive a New Mexico information technology coordinator endorsement.

Program Highlights

  • Overview of operating systems
  • Technology integrated curriculum
  • 21st century learning
  • Online program
  • Affordable tuition

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Master of Education Curriculum and Instruction Concentration Educational Technology Emphasis Non-Thesis (36 hours)

Core Requirements (9 hours)

CourseCredits
CI 521 Professional Research 3
CI 591 Seminar in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment 3
CI 531 Critical Pedagogy and Educational Reform 3


Concentration Area (24 hours)

CourseCredits
ELED/SED 529 Operating Systems, Networking and Cloud Computing for Teachers 3
ELED/SED 531 Social Issues and Ethics in Digital Computing for Teachers 3
ELED/SED 532 Technology Integrated Curriculum 3
ELED/SED 535 The Technology Rich Environment 3
ELED/SED 537 Technology Leadership 3
ELED/SED 538 IT Project Management for Teachers 3
ELED/SED 540 Creativity Across the Curriculum (Technology Section) 3
ELED/SED 542 Integrated Technology and Literacy Through Project Based Learning 3

Required Elective Courses (3 hours)

Candidate must complete 3 hours of electives selected with adviser prior approval.

Potential Career Pathways

  • Technology liaison for school district
  • Technology leader for school
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Technology coordinator

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Graduate Coordinator

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