School of Education & Human Services
The Master of Education with a concentration in technology facilitation is designed to prepare educators to serve as building/campus-level technology facilitators. Technology facilitators teach technology applications and provide professional development for teachers and other school staff. They demonstrate effective uses of technology and collaborate with classroom teachers to enhance K-12 student learning. An entrance technology portfolio is required.
MEDUC 502 Learning Theory and Human Development 3 cr.
(or an equivalent course taken within the last 10 years)
MEDUC 501 Current Trends in Education 3 cr.
MEDUC 524 Fundamentals of Educational Research 3 cr.
MEDUC 525 Research Thesis (to be taken within the last 9 credits of the program) 3 cr.
MEDUC 610 Foundations of Instructional Technology 3 cr.
MEDUC 611 Computer Graphic Design 3 cr.
MEDUC 612 Instructional Design and Development 3 cr.
MEDUC 613 Technology in Teaching and Learning 3 cr.
MEDUC 614 Assistive and Adaptive Technology 3 cr.
MEDUC 615 Distance Education 3 cr.
MEDUC 616 Role of the Technology Facilitator 3 cr.
MEDUC 617 Practicum in Instructional Technology* 6 cr.
Total Credits = 36
*All courses can be completed in the evenings except MEDUC 617 Practicum in Instructional Technology. The practicum requires 90 hours of on-site experiences that can only be completed during the day (fee applies).