The Educational Technology Program is in the School of Teaching and Learning in the College of Education. Degrees are granted in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Educational Technology. Please use the “Programs” links above to learn about our various degree options.
Students in doctoral programs outside of the Educational Technology program may specialize in Educational Technology. These students must work with an Educational Technology faculty member to determine the courses and sequence of courses appropriate for their specific doctoral program.
Are you a working professional? Check out our master’s programs either online (M.Ed.) or residential (MAE). You can choose to study in the Educational Technology program online or on campus. Master’s programs can be completed in as little as two years. We also offer an EdS program for those professional working in K-12 contexts.
We also offer two distinct doctoral degrees. Students interested these programs should carefully read about the distinctions of each program. We offer a residential Ph.D. program and online Ed.D. program. Learn more about our student placements by visiting Our Student page.