Master in Education Programs

M.Ed. in Instructional Technology

Director's Welcome & M.Ed. Overview

The School of Education and Child Development offers a Master in Education degree with Emphasis in Instructional Technology. The Instructional Technology program is designed for both public school teachers who already have Missouri Teacher Certification and other professionals who seek leadership and service roles in the field of technology. Available completely online.

Kyle Templeton"In the education field, a Master's degree is a must in order to advance your career.”-Kyle Templeton, '14


Required Core Courses (15 hours)

SCI 620: Technology in the Classroom*
EDUC 605: Advanced Educational Psychology and Assessment
HFA 636: Current Trends in Teaching and Evaluation of Writing
EDUC 689: Introduction to Educational Research**
EDUC 700: Capstone Seminar**

* (must be taken within the first two semesters)
** (must be taken in last 9 hours of program)

Required Leadership Course (3 hours)

Choose one from:

SS 624: The Home, the School and the Community
SS 639: Leadership Techniques

Required Technology Courses (9 hours)

SCI 623: History, Security and Ethics of Technology
SCI 625: Online Pedagogy
SCI 626: Web Communications & Design

Elective Courses (9 hours)

Choose three from:

SCI 627: Advanced Web Design & Development
SCI 628: Infrastructure and Support
SCI 629: Technology Internship
SCI 632: Educational Evaluation
SCI 633: Instructional Product Development
SCI 634: Instructional Design and Delivery
SCI 635: Simulations and Virtual Reality