Master of Science

Educational Technology

Central to Enhancing Instruction with Technology.  

CCSU’s MS in Educational Technology prepares teachers in the role of project management to enhance the learning environment. Develop a better understanding of our “wired world” in this project-based program. Learn by applying and synthesizing skills in course labs.  

This program focuses on the design process, including the design, production, and evaluation of effective instruction using various technologies. Learn to enhance, clarify, and organize your message before introducing technologies. 

Program Features

  • Starts every January and August 
  • 30-credit program, including a research and capstone project 
  • Attend full- or part-time 
  • Flexible classes offered in the evening  
  • Classes on-campus (asynchronous) or hybrid model 
  • Courses linked in developmental sequence to provide maximum relevance and unity 
  • Learning laboratories where students apply learned skills 
  • Access to excellent faculty mentors 
  • Financial aid is available 
  • No GMAT/GRE required 

- Recent Graduate, MS ’18

The concepts and principles that I have learned, I have no doubt, will help me in my future success.  I found this Ed Tech program including both the professors and students to be almost like a family.

- Recent Graduate, MS ’18

Did You Know?

The annual mean salary of an instructional coordinator in Connecticut was $97k in May 2020.


What You'll Gain

  • Professional guidance and mentorship from a faculty advisor with expertise in education & technology  
  • Mastery in instructional design, visual design, and visual literacy  
  • Dexterity to bridge a changing classroom environment and incorporate new technology 
  • Experience in various delivery systems: video, audio, web, print, animation  
  • Hands-on design and production skills to capture students’ interest and improve learning  
  • Ability to develop content based on sound instructional strategies and to evaluate instructional technologies  
  • Leadership skills to apply instructional technology in a range of work environments  
  • Ability to trouble-shoot and solve technology problems