This 100% online, collaborative program is taught by IU Bloomington, IU East, IUPUI, IU Kokomo, IU South Bend, and IU Southeast.
This degree program uses a technology-infused curriculum to strengthen your skills at using and evaluating a wide variety of digital tools used in educational environments today. The program prepares you to consider and evaluate different teaching methods in technology-enhanced environments. You'll also develop new approaches increasing student engagement, and creating a personalized and inclusive learning environment. You'll learn effective teaching methods that integrate technology into the learning process through courses in instructional design and educational theory through hands-on experiences.
To earn the M.S. Ed. in Educational Technology for Learning, you must complete 36 credit hours in the following categories:
- Core courses (9 credit hours)
- Instruction and curriculum course (3 credit hours)
- Inquiry courses (9 credit hours)
- Electives (15 credit hours)
Technology is continuing to revolutionize what's expected in today's educational environment. Educators who can engage learners effectively using cutting-edge digital resources are in high demand. An IU Southeast M.S. Ed. in Educational Technology in Learning prepares you to earn positions where you will get to promote creativity and active learning through the integration of digital tools. It will help you gain specialized knowledge, increase your earning potential, and make it easier to transition into more senior positions.
Some of the careers this degree prepares you for include:
- Technology coach or specialist
- Instructional coach
- Technology director
- Teacher with a specialty in technology integration
- Online curriculum developer