Master of Science in Education in Technology for Learning online degree
As the United States strives to develop a globally competitive workforce, demand is high for educators who can engage learners in 21st-century skills and mindsets. By earning the M.S.Ed. in Technology for Learning online from IU Kokomo, you will connect theory to practice, and prepare to design learning experiences that promote creativity and active learning through the integration of digital tools.
As a student in the program, you will consider how you can teach differently in today’s technology-enhanced environments. You will develop new technology skill sets and be able to determine which technologies to apply in order to achieve your pedagogical goals.
- Technology coach or specialist
- Instructional coach
- Technology director
- Teacher with a specialty in technology integration
- Online curriculum developer
The online M.S.Ed. in Technology for Learning requires you to complete 36 credit hours. These credit hours break down into the following requirements:
- Core courses ( 9 credit hours)
- Instruction and curriculum course (3 credit hours)
- Inquiry courses (9 credit hours)
- Electives (15 credit hours)
This consortial program is taught by the same faculty who teach on campus at IU Bloomington, IU Kokomo, IU East, IUPUI, IU South Bend, and IU Southeast. This allows you to take coursework from multiple campuses and benefit from the expertise and experience of a diverse faculty.
Many online support services are available to assist you as you progress through the program.
Ready to dive in?
If you are ready to get started on your online M.S.Ed. in Technology for Learning, don’t wait! You can apply to the program today and take the next step to earning your degree.
If you have further questions about what this program might entail, or want more detail about becoming an online student, learn more about the online M.S.Ed. in Technology for Learning from IU Online