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Masters of Education in Eductional Technology

Classes are available through distance education. The program may be started at the beginning of any semester; 36 hours are required for the degree.


This degree is designed to prepare the classroom teacher for integrating the use of technology into the content areas in grades preK-12. The program will enable the student to explore current theory, research, and best practices in educational technology. Upon completion of the degree, the student will be eligible to apply for certification as a Master Technology Teacher. Certification as a Master Technology Teacher requires an applicant to have an elementary or secondary teaching certificate, three years of teaching experience, and pass the Master Technology Teacher examination.


Courses required for Master of Education in Educational Technology

ETEC 5103 The Computer as a Tool

ETEC 5123 Instructional Technology Design

ETEC 5133 Technology Integration

ETEC 5143 Multimedia Development I

ETEC 5163 Introduction to Distance Education

ETEC 5173 Multimedia Development II

EDUC 5053 Introduction to Educational Research

EDUC 5623 Mentoring

EDUC 6023 Learning and Assessment

EDUC 6753 Applied Research

Plus 6 more hours of electives



  • Apply or reapply to the graduate school online at Go to Admissions, then to Apply Online.
  • Provide official transcripts (if other than MSU) to the admissions office. This is required before admission can proceed. Admission status will be determined by GRE scores and GPA on the last 60 hours of undergraduate coursework.
  • Arrange to take the GRE, including the GRE Writing Test by calling 940-397-4676 or go to
  • For additional information, contact Pamela Whitehouse at 940-397-4139 or send an email to