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Degree Requirements
The degree requires successful completion of ten (10) courses, which include three (3) core courses, six (6) concentration courses, and one (1) elective. Successful completion of an online written comprehensive examination and the submission of an electronic portfolio to the program advisor two weeks prior to the comprehensive exam are required. The examination is taken in the last semester of study.
     
Core Courses (3)
EDUC 991    Philosophy of Education and Teaching Practice
EDUC 998    Language Development and Communication
EDUC 999    Research and Evaluation (recommended after completion of three concentration or content courses)

Concentration Courses (6)
INST 941   Internet for 21st Century Teaching and Learning
INST 943   Impact of Technology on Education    
INST 968   Introduction to Assistive Technology
INST 955   Discipline-Specific Topics in Instructional Technology
EDLE 927   Advanced Teaching Strategies  
EDUC 940  Adult Development and Learning OR INST 951  Mathematics Instruction with
              Technology


Elective (1)
Students select one graduate course as an elective. This course will be chosen in consultation with the program advisor.

Program Advisor: Kim Cochrane, Education

Education Technology Course Schedule
Course # Course Title
FALL SEMESTER COURSES
INST 941 Internet for 21st Century Teaching and Learning
INST 943 Impact of Technology on Education
EDUC 940 Adult Development & Learning
SPRING SEMSTER COURSES
INST 941 Internet for 21st Century Teaching and Learning
INST 951 Mathematics Instruction with Technology
EDUC 940 Adult Development & Learning
SUMMER SEMESTER COURSES
INST 941 Internet for 21st Century Teaching and Learning
INST 943 Impact of Technology on Education
INST 968 Introduction to Assistive Technology
INST 955 Discipline-Specific Topics in Instructional Technology (Pre-Requisites INST 941 & INST 943)
INST 951 Mathematics Instruction with Technology


Notes:

  1. Requirements are accurate to date. However, the University reserves the right to change requirements in the future, and will notify applicants should any changes be made.
  2. Refer to appropriate catalog for Degree Requirements for prior years.

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