M.Ed. in Professional Studies Learning Technologies
The Master of Education, Professional Studies in Learning Technologies is a graduate-level, practitioner-based program designed for those who want to leverage digital technologies for teaching and learning in order to advance their careers and leadership capacity.
This program can be taken completely online or in blended formats, engaging learners from around the world.
Three core curriculum courses are required and additional courses are selected in consultation with a faculty adviser according to your unique interests and educational goals. A minimum total of 30 credits is required to complete the M.Ed. degree program.
Core curriculum (9 credits):
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Multimedia design and development:
- Foundations of interactive design for web-based learning
- Introduction to multimedia development
- Planning for multimedia design and development
- Interactive multimedia instruction
- Contemporary software development issues and tools
K-12 technology integration:
- Technology tools for educators
- Teaching and learning with the internet
- Special topics in learning technologies
Online distance learning:
- Foundations of distance education
- Online learning communities
- Designing and developing online distance learning
- Designing online adventure learning
+ One elective from outside C&I but within CEHD
Our M.Ed’s in professional studies are employed in many different positions, including K12 technology integration specialists, online learning specialists, corporate trainers, instructional designers, program evaluators, interactive producers, health practitioners, and software engineers to name a few, within industry, higher education, and K12 schools.
Timeline and Admissions
Applications are accepted for three different start times throughout the year:
Priority admission deadlines:
- December 15 (spring start)
- April 30 (summer start)
- July 31 (fall start)
International students with F-1 visas may take no more than the equivalent of one completely online education class (or 3 credits per semester) and count it towards their full-time course requirement. Full-time enrollment for graduate students is 6 credits.
For detailed admissions information, visit the M.Ed. Professional Studies admissions page.
You can also contact the faculty adviser for the program Matti Koivula.