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Department of Career and Technology Education

Grinstead 120
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660.543.4452
Dr. Odin Jurkowski, Chair





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Master of Science in Educational Technology

The only NCATE/AECT accredited fully online program in Missouri!

View the program brochure for an overview.

Master of Science in Educational Technology
(30 hrs minimum)

  • INST 5100 Foundations of Ed Tech (3 hrs)
  • INST 5220 Communication in Online Learning (3 hrs)
  • INST 5320 Assess and Eval Online Inst (3 hrs)
  • INST 5330 Ed Product Dev and Mgmt (3 hrs)
  • INST 5390 Ed Tech Leadership (3 hrs)
  • CTE 5900 Research Methods (3 hrs)
  • INST 5500 Online Course Development (3 hrs) and/or
    INST 6930 Internship in Ed Tech (3 hrs)
  • Graduate Electives (9 hrs) [suggested electives]

The first class to take is INST 5100, and the last is either INST 5500 or INST 6930. Other than that, you can take the courses in any order. The degree is entirely online assuming you choose online electives. The required INST courses are only offered online. Students can complete the degree entirely from a distance. Alternatively, if you prefer to have some face-to-face time you can select electives that meet on campus. See the Course Schedules to the right for more details.

Student Learning Outcomes
The graduate with a Master of Science in Educational Technology degree will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:

  • Inspire and participate in the development and implementation of a shared vision for the comprehensive integration of technology to promote excellence and support transformational change throughout the instructional environment.

  • Assist teachers in using technology effectively for assessing student learning, differentiating instruction, and providing rigorous, relevant, and engaging learning experiences for all students.

  • Create and support effective digital-age learning environments to maximize the learning of all students.

  • Conduct needs assessments, develop technology-related professional learning programs, and evaluate the impact on instructional practice and student learning.

  • Model and promote digital citizenship.

  • Demonstrate professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions in content, pedagogical, and technological areas as well as adult learning and leadership and are continuously deepening their knowledge and expertise.

Entrance Requirements
Acceptance into the program requires:

  • three letters from references who can attest to the applicant's professional and academic abilities

  • one of the following: a 2.75 or higher cumulative GPA or a GPA of 3.0 on the last 60 undergraduate hours.

Applicants who do not meet one of the above must work with the graduate coordinator to design a program and must complete the first 12 hours of that program with a minimum GPA of 3.5 to be accepted. Students without background courses in Education or Educational Technology may take additional course work. A Bachelor of Science in Education is strongly recommended.

Note: The MS in Educational Technology does not include teacher certification. Educational technology is not a teacher certification area for k-12 education. Current k-12 teachers may utilize this program to gain credit hours or graduate degree for movement on career ladders, to enhance what they are doing in the classroom. However, if your intent is to teach in a k-12 setting and you do not have teacher certification please talk to our certification office to look at options and additional course work that would be required.

Contact the Graduate School to apply.