Master of Educational Technology > Program Description
The Master of Science in Educational Technology offers study plans to meet the needs of professionals who wish to increase their knowledge and experience in this field. Computer-based instruction, instructional design, interactive multimedia, networking and distance learning are examined within the program's requirements. Students pursue an applied curriculum which includes a balanced approach to theory and applied experience. Plan A (thesis) or Plan E (special project) may be selected in consultation with the advisor.
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Core courses (27 cr.):
EDT 500 Instructional Design and Evaluation I
EDT 501 Message Design and Production
EDT 510 Design Tools
EDT 512 Computer-based Instruction
EDT 521 Interactive Multimedia for Instruction I
EDT 522 Instructional Design and Evaluation II
EDT 531 Interactive Multimedia for Instruction II
EDT 532 Distance Learning and Networking I
EDT 533 Distance Learning and Networking II
Professional Education (3 cr.):
One of the following:
EDF 500 Contemporary Educational Issues
EDF 516 School and Society
EDF 524 Foundations of Contemporary Theories of Curriculum
EDF 525 History of American Education
EDF 538 The Politics of Education
EDF 583 Sociological Foundations of Education
EDT 514 Integrating Technology in the Classroom Curriculum
Research and Capstone Requirements (6 cr.):
Plan E: EDT 598 and EDT 597, Final Project
A valid CCSU BlueNetID (username) and password.
Graduate students must also have a personal computer and e-mail account.
Note: Students interested in a School Library Media Specialist cross-endorsement should contact the Connecticut State Department of Education.
Special Service Course (undergraduate and graduate):
Separate from the Masters in Educational Technology the department offers the following course:
- EDT 490 Instructional Computing
For further information contact:
Dr. Farough Abed,