Effective for applicants to Fall of 2020 and forward, the GRE is no longer a requirement for admission to our MAE, M.Ed. and Ed.S. programs.
The Master’s of Arts in Education (MAE) with an emphasis on Educational Technology is a 36-hour program which includes 30 hours of coursework and 6 hours of thesis or project in lieu of thesis work. This degree also requires a supervisory committee. The committee should be formed no later than the end of your second semester in the program.
Interested in a career as an instructional designer or educational technologist? This degree program is for you. We have carefully crafted a sequence of courses to engage you in the exciting and growing field of educational technology. In two years, you can earn your degree and joins the ranks of our Gator alumni who have been placed in leading educational organizations across the globe.
The following courses are required to complete the campus-based MAE program. Some courses are offered both online and face-to-face. MAE students should take the courses face-to-face when indicated below.