M.Ed. Concentration in Educational Technology

The Master of Education (M.Ed.) with a concentration in Educational Technology is an affordable fully online program that emphasizes the integration of technology in instruction and training across learning environments.

Students will use research-based principles and practices to explore, evaluate and design instruction with a focus on instructional design, student learning and assessment. The program is designed for professionals working in an educational capacity, including K-12 teachers, post-secondary instructors, and instructional technologists, among others.

Note: This degree program does not provide Instructional Technology licensure and is not an approved program for education licensure in Massachusetts.

In the Spotlight

Alumni Spotlight
ETO student class of 2020, Jen Casavant
Jen Casavant '20

High School Math Teacher

“Through the various courses, I was challenged and given a tremendous amount of tech tools to explore to see the pros and cons of each. I enjoyed being able to view my classmates' creations and seeing how certain tools would fit with specific content areas better than others.”

Alumni Spotlight
ETO student, class of 2020, Tamara Hussein Tarhini
Tamara Hussein Tarhini '20

Social Worker

What drew me to the Master of Education with a concentration in Educational Technology program was the opportunity to do it completely online. Even with relocating with my family between Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and the Netherlands, I was able to progress in my graduate studies.

Faculty Spotlight
Image of ETO Professor Craig Perrier
Visiting Professor

Craig Perrier

"The best use of technology to enhance the experiences of students and colleagues occurs when it is done as part of an intentional design process. The courses I teach as part of Framingham State's M.Ed with a Concentration in Educational Technology emphasizes this as a learning outcome. With this mindset, students apply their thinking, implement their design product, and become innovators in their own setting."