The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Technology Concentration provides theory and applications integrating current technology with the curricula of contemporary classrooms.
Through expert instruction and challenging coursework, you’ll develop all the skills necessary for taking on technology leadership roles while strengthening your classroom teaching and improving student outcomes. Offered fully online, you can pursue your degree on a schedule that fits your life.
Before you get started, you’ll need
- A bachelor’s degree
- The prerequisites required by the education college’s admissions policy
- Access to a computer, webcam, and high-speed Internet as well as basic computer and word-processing skills
Other Degree Options
If you’re interested in educational technology and would like to focus on leadership roles not only in schools but in corporate and human-services settings as well., consider exploring the MEd in Educational Technology .
Where Can This Degree Take You?
Well, where would you like to go? Educational technology professionals are needed in public and private schools all over Texas and throughout the country. Graduates with an ed tech degree work in a K-12 setting. Many technology integration specialist jobs and instructional technologist jobs are at the building or district level. An ed tech degree could also translate into providing training for a nonprofit or a corporation. It could also mean working with a college, university, or town library. Job titles commonly held by ed tech graduates include: instructional Coordinator, Chief Learning Officer, eLearning Developer, Training and Development Specialist, Instructional Technologist, Interface and Multimedia Designer, Performance Support Specialist, Curriculum Development Specialist, Training Director, Technology Integration Specialist, or K-12 teacher.
There’s a lot ahead of you. You can go anywhere and do anything—follow a path or forge a brand new one. It’s all up to you, and we’re here to help prepare you for whatever journey lies ahead.
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Tuition & Funding
A good education shouldn’t saddle you with insurmountable debt. That’s why, at UHV, affordability and quality go hand in hand. From scholarships to grants to assistantships, we offer an array of options to help you afford your UHV graduate education.
The estimated cost of attending the University of Houston–Victoria varies with enrollment status and personal lifestyle. Browse our Tuition and Fees page to get an idea of how much it will cost to attend UHV.
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