Master of Arts in Educational Technology and Online Learning
The Master of Arts in Educational Technology and Online Learning prepares graduates to become leaders and practitioners in educational technology and to develop and administer online programs for all learners, from pre-school to higher education, including adult learners.
The program infuses a well-grounded series of applied professional studies in educational technology, online learning, educational leadership and curriculum development. The curriculum provides a solid grounding in both relevant academic theory and applied practice. As part of their course work, students complete a research-based capstone project and applied practicum experience in the field. The program also provides ample opportunities for the personalization of curriculum sequence to meet individual needs with regard to career goals.
What Will You Learn?
Graduates will be prepared as educational technology leaders who are able to articulate and apply best practices in the creation and delivery of online courses for a variety of students, from pre-K and college through corporate training and continuing education. Learn more about program outcomes.
|EDT-500 Foundations of Educational Technology, Theories and Practices||3|
|EDT-510 Educational Technology in Curriculum Development||3|
|EDT-520 Leadership and Supervision in Educational Technology||3|
|OLT-510 Theory and Culture of Online Learning||3|
|OLT-520 Learning Technology as an Issue in Online Learning||3|
|OLT-630 Issues in Instructional Design in Online Learning||3|
|OLT-640 Communication and Interactivity in Online Learning||3|
|THC-625 Technology and the Human Community||3|
|EDL-670 Technology for Instruction and Administration||3|
EDL-520 Standards-Based Curriculum Development, K-12
EDL-540 Curriculum Leadership
|EDT-700 Capstone in Educational Technology and Online Learning||3|
|EDT-710 Practicum in Educational Technology and Online Learning||3|
Students may transfer up to 12 credits into the program as long as they are equivalent to the degree requirements.