School or district technology staff. Teacher with high level of technology integration.
The Master of Education in Educational Technology provides educators – teachers, professionals, and administrators alike – with the knowledge and practical ability to keep up with changes and make choices among an ever expanding array of technology resources in all aspects of teaching and administration in today’s schools. A center of excellence in the preparation of educators, Marygrove College offers the M.Ed. in Educational Technology degree. Graduates of the program will become leaders in using computers and integrating educational technology in the classrooms. They will also be technology experts in the school and school district. During the course of graduate study, students will develop knowledge and skills necessary to:
The M.Ed. in Educational Technology program comprises 30 credit hours of graduate study in practice-oriented courses covering all aspects of integrating technology into the classroom. Completing all coursework for the M.Ed. in Educational Technology, students are eligible to receive a State of Michigan Educational Technology Endorsement (NP).
A program option permits completion of 21 hours of the required courses for the State of Michigan NP Technology Endorsement without the degree.
EDT 640 Technology Tools for Teachers (3)
SED 573 Assistive Technologies in Special Education (3)
EDT 688 Issues in Educational Technology (3)
EDT 650 Distance Learning through Technology (3)
EDT 603 Computer Applications for Education (3)
EDT 613 Applied Instructional Technology (3)
EDT 623 Multimedia Integration (3)
EDT 518 Management in Computer Information Systems (3)
EDL 512 Organizational Theory & Change (3)
EDL 515 Executive Leadership & Decision Making (3)
EDL 529 Introduction to Management Leadership (3)
Capstone (Required for the M.Ed.) (3 credits)
EDT 665 Educational Research Seminar