Masters of Science in Educational Technology

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The Master of Science in Educational Technology program consists of 36 hours of coursework, a practicum, an exam and the production of a portfolio that reflects the student's competencies in National and International Standards in Educational Technology. This interdisciplinary program supports specialties in the Integration, Design and Administration of Educational Technology by drawing on the rich diversity of a major research university and coursework from three departments in KU's School of Education, the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department, the Design and the Communication Studies departments. Program graduates typically assume positions in K-12 schools, higher education, government and industry as leaders in integrating, designing and/or administrating educational technology.

  1. Masters Curriculum Planning Form: ( docx ) - Samples: Spring 1 (pdf) | Fall 1 (pdf) | Spring 1 (pdf) | Fall 1 (pdf)

  2. Masters Portfolio Guide: ( pdf ) | Sample Portfolio ( html ) | Portfolio Rubric ( docx )|

  3. Masters Exam Guide: ( html ) | Sample 1


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