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Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology & Special Education

Master of Arts in Educational Technology


Our program is unique in that it offers several paths to the completion of a degree. The Master of Arts in Educational Technology (MAET) program is only available under Plan B (without thesis). The student must complete a total of 30 credits.

The following core courses must be on your transcript to confer an MAET degree:

Many students choose to start the master’s program as a Lifelong Education/Graduate Certificate student with the three courses (9 graduate credits) of the Educational Technology Certificate Program. Certificate Courses seamlessly transfer into the student’s program plan. After being admitted to the program, students meet with their advisor to devise a program plan outlining a schedule of courses. Students typically complete the degree within a two year time period.

Graduate Certificate in Educational Technology core courses

Other certificate options include the Online Teaching & Learning and K12 Computer Science Education certificates:

Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching & Learning core courses

Graduate Certificate in K12 Computer Science Education core courses

Many students choose to pursue the courses in the NP Endorsement sequence as their MAET program plan. Others choose courses based upon career goals and interests.

Full list of MAET elective courses