arts + sciences - why Master of educational technology at lawrence tech?

Why Lawrence Tech’s Master of Educational Technology Program?

Students can benefit greatly from the partnership between Lawrence Tech, a university known for its established technological curriculum and expertise with high-tech tools, and Marygrove College, which has extensive experience in teacher education and certification. Furthermore, the Master of Educational Technology (MET) program is one of only a few such programs offered in the metropolitan Detroit area. Other advantages include:

  • Self-paced program (you do not need to belong to a cohort of student)
  • Courses are conveniently scheduled with many completely online.
  • Fall and Spring semesters are only 13 week long.  
  • Once accepted into the program, students are awarded a non-need-based scholarship of $1,218.00 per course for each 3-credit hour course towards the degree
  • Nine credits of appropriate graduate work from another institution can be transferred to fulfill program requirements.
  • Lawrence Tech and Marygrove's application for the Michigan Department of Education Educational Technology 21 credit endorsement (NP) was approved in January 2006.  What can I teach with NP?
  • For individuals interested in Robotics, a series of two new courses are offered since Spring 2006: Autonomous Robotics for Education 1 and 2 (MET5263 and MET6263)
  • Other graduate certificates and business tracks within the program are available (please see links on main page) 

Interested?

The Master of Educational Technology program (MET) is open to all individuals 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 plowry@ltu.edu (248-204-3653) or metdir@ltu.edu.