This program is pending
Just as technology is transforming the way students learn, it can be one of the driving forces behind the success of many companies, from business and industry to higher education and health care.
The online Training and Performance Improvement master's program (MET-TPI) is focused on providing professionals with the knowledge and experience in using and integrating technologies as well as identifying specific performance improvement (PI) needs. Candidates have an opportunity to apply instructional strategies in the design and development of instructional materials and PI solutions that correspond to jobs in education, health care, instructional design, e-learning, new media, human resources and other business professions.
Designed for business professionals, school administrators, and teachers looking to change careers, the Master of Educational Technology at Lawrence Tech features an optional Training and Performance Improvement track, allowing you to advance your knowledge of technology and business management. Consisting of 30 credit hours the MET/TPI combines real-world business and technology experiences with the solid academic foundation Lawrence Tech is known for. And because the University understands the needs of busy professionals, courses in the MET/TPI are offered completely online and asynchronous, allowing you the flexibility to further your education while balancing personal and professional obligations.
TECHNOLOGY is in our name. We are keeping our coursework current with technology developments and their direct applications for businesses and industry.
Depending on your career goals, a flexible plan of work will be discussed at the time of admission. That means the number of credits per semester and even courses will be considered based on your career goals.
Other advantages include:
• A non-need-based scholarship of $1,320 per course. • Waiver of admission and registration fees. • Convenient participation through online courses. • Nine credits of appropriate graduate work can be transferred from another institution based on director approval. • Financial aid, based on need, is also available to graduate students. Michigan tuition grants provide a maximum grant of $2,750 each year. Need-based loans are also available through the Stafford Loan program for up to $18,500 maximum annually. • Graduate certificates can also be earned for 12-credit programs in instructional technology and workplace education (see link on right).
|Computer Applications in Education||MET 6203|
|Applied Instructional Technology||MET 6213|
|Multimedia Development 1||MET 6223|
|Distance Learning through Technology||MET 6243|
|TBD-Leadership and Management|
|TBD-Human Resources Management|
|TBD-Leading Organizational Change|
|Capstone Seminar (or Management Thesis Course)||MET 6303|
|Multimedia Development||MET 6233|
|Contemporary Pedagogies in Education||MET 6113|
|Direct Studies in Educational Technology||MET 6991|
|TBD-Project Risk and Quality Management|
|TBD-Perspectives in International Business|
|Foundations of Technical Communication||COM 6103|
|Special topics in Management Analog to Directed Studies|
|Other courses per program director approval|
Students can transfer 6 to 9 credits upon review of course descriptions, syllabi, grade of B or better and approval from the MET Director.
All classes offered online and asynchronous. Questions: email@example.com
- Application form (admission fee will be waived)
- Graduate and undergraduate official transcripts (including community college)
- Name, title, position and contact information for 3 (three) professional references (no letters)
- Resume that includes education, work experience and skills
- Director interview (phone or face-to-face)
- ONLY for those that will be interested in adding the Educational Technology Endorsement (NP endorsement) through Michigan Department of Education, a copy of the professional or provisional teaching certificate