Master in Education: Technology in Education

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When you enroll in Strayer University's Master of Education with a concentration in Technology in Education program, you'll have an opportunity to study the design and development of educational technologies as well as integrating technology into education. If you'd like to learn more about Strayer University's Master of Education with a concentration in Technology in Education program, read on.

What Kind of Program Is It?

Strayer University's Master of Education with a concentration in Technology in Education program is designed to teach you about designing, developing, and evaluating educational technologies. You'll also learn about transforming education with new technologies as well as how to integrate technology into education. Other topics covered in the degree program include leadership and organizational behavior, adult learning theory, and education and the law. A research project is required to complete the requirements of the degree.

What Are the Prerequisites?

If you'd like to apply to Strayer University's Master of Education with a concentration in Technology in Education program, you should have an interest in education, be comfortable with various forms of technology, and have a desire to learn how technology can aid today's students in a variety of educational settings. Applicants to Strayer University's programs should have a high school diploma or equivalent; some programs may have additional requirements.

What Are the Course Requirements?

Strayer University's Master of Education with a concentration in Technology in Education program is comprised of 54 credits: 40.5 core credits and 13.5 concentration credits.

Education Courses

Area 1 Core Component
BUS 520 Leadership and Organizational Behavior
CIS 500 Information Systems for Decision-Making
EDU 500 Adult Learning Theory
EDU 505 Contemporary Issues in Education
EDU 510 Educational Assessment
EDU 515 Designing Mandated and Discretionary Curricula
EDU 520 Education and the Law
EDU 590 Directed Research Project
RES 531 Research Methods

Technology in Education Courses

Area 2 Concentration Component
EDU 540 Designing, Developing, and Evaluating Educational Technologies
EDU 542 Integrating Technology into Education
EDU 544 Transforming Education with New Technologies

What Could I Do After I Graduate?

Career Opportunities

When you have finished Strayer University's Master of Education with a concentration in Technology in Education program, you'll be able to pursue education technology positions with a variety of companies and educational institutions. These positions typically require that applicants have strong problem-solving skills and be competent with a number of different software programs used in the educational technology field. Some possible job titles could include:

  • Technology Resource Instructor
  • Educational Technology Support Specialist
  • Course Developer
  • Director of Distance Education