Educational Technology

The M.Ed. Curriculum & Instruction: Educational Technology program prepares teachers to serve as building/campus-level technology facilitators. Candidates completing this 30-hour degree will exhibit knowledge, skills and dispositions equipping them to teach technology applications; demonstrating effective use of technology to support student learning of content; and provide professional development, mentoring and basic technical assistance for other teachers. Upon successful completion of the professional courses candidates may apply for an Ohio Department of Education Computer/Technology Endorsement.

Is this program for you?

  • You want to earn both an advanced degree and the Technology Director Endorsement that model best practices in technology delivery.

  • You want to support the use of technology in your building or campus.

  • You want to learn how to teach your colleagues and others how to use technology within their classrooms.

What courses are in this program?

Course Numbers and Titles

Credit Hours

M.Ed. Core Courses

Select one three-hour course from each of four standards (Curriculum Foundations, Social & Historical Foundations, Inquiry and Diversity)

EDFN 501:  APA Seminar


Major Professional Courses:

EDCI 522: Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century Classroom

EDCI 512:  Telecommunications & Networking for Educators

EDCI 536:  Instructional Design

EDCI 537:  Issues & Concerns Related to Educational Technology

EDCI 538:  Methods for Integrating Technology

EDCI 633:  Organization & Management of Educational Technology


Advanced Field Practicum:

This requirement is met through course-related activities.

Capstone Experience:

EDUC 788 or EDUC 781:  Capstone Inquiry Seminar or Thesis Capstone in Education


Total Hours in Program (Hours may vary due to selected core courses.)


Where can you take the Major Professional Courses for this program?

All courses for this program are taught online via Ashland University's ANGEL Learning Management System. Online classes have no face-to-face meetings, but may meet for synchronous classes sessions throughout a given semester or term.

Ashland Campus Cleveland Program Center Columbus Program Center Elyria     Program Center Stark/Massillon Program Center Program is 100% Online