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Master of Arts in Secondary Education: Educational Technology

Master in Arts Education: Educational Technology

The graduate program in Secondary Education—Educational Technology consists of 30 credit hours of online course work in the area of technology and pedagogical knowledge. This program is an affordable program that provide you with up-to-date technology practical knowledge and valuable skills for a full-time teacher.

Career Planning with your degree in Educational Studies – Educational Technology:

Create educational technology plans including assessment and implementation

  • Become a Program Leader
  • Become a District Technology Director
  • Become a Curriculum Leader
  • Become an Instructional Designer
  • Become an Instructional Technology Coach

Planning Your Program

  • Work with your faculty advisor in the Department of Leadership, Middle, & Secondary Education to map your courses
  • Complete course work online, at your own pace
  • Complete culminating research paper relating to issues or topics in your career

For further information contact Dr. Robin Smith
Department of Leadership, Middle, and Secondary Education
Program Coordinator Master in Arts Education – Educational Technology



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Department of Leadership, Middle and Secondary Education
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Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701