arts + sciences - Master of educational technology

Master of Educational Technology 

 

Advances in technology have revolutionized the classroom and continue to change the way teachers instruct their students. Computers in the classrooms, electronic communication, Web-based learning tools, streaming video, hundreds of software choices, and a limitless combination of hardware systems—teachers and school administrators need to keep up-to-date and understand their options. To meet this demand,Lawrence Technological University, the region’s leader in technology-based education, has partnered with Marygrove College, a center of excellence in teacher preparation, to offer a Master of Educational Technology degree.

The Master of Educational Technology is a practice-oriented program consisting of 30 credit hours (seven core courses and three elective courses) covering all aspects of the integration of technology into instruction.

Depending on the emphasis of their studies, students in the program will:

  • Use computer skills to enhance the instructional process
  • Apply emerging electronic technologies to the creation of educational media
  • Participate intelligently in the decision-making process when educational technology applications are being adopted
  • Make presentations to diverse audiences using appropriate technologies
  • Train others in the design of electronic documents and Web pages and the use of multimedia
  • Obtain NP endorsement (discuss requirements with program director)  


Interested?

The Master of Educational Technology program is open to all educators who wish to increase their skills in using technology in the classroom.  Call or send an e-mail to program coordinators Dr. Valentina Tobos (248-204-3617) or Dr. Pam Lowry at lowry@ltu.edu (248-204-3653) and/or metdir@ltu.edu.