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Online Educational Technology M.S.

Learn to optimize the use of technology in instruction with the fully online master of science (M.S.) in educational technology from Indiana State University. This innovative graduate program stresses developing the media literacy skills you need for instruction and training in the 21st century.

You'll take core courses in instructional design and research in education. You'll focus your master's with educational technology courses such as research design and evaluation of interactive learning, survey of educational media, and learning theory and instructional strategies. You'll choose from electives such as multimedia design for interactive learning, advanced instructional design, and the technology of distance learning. Your studies will culminate with a practicum experience. Your online courses are taught by full-time faculty members at Indiana State.

Careers in Educational Technology

With the 100% online master's in educational technology, you'll learn to design and develop instruction with optimal use of technology to implement, manage, and evaluate teaching and learning in settings such as:

  • Business and industry
  • Colleges and universities
  • Government
  • Kindergarten−12 schools
  • Military

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