Master's in Computer Education and Technology
Program Code: ME6506
The Master's Degree Program in Computer Education and Technology (CET) is designed in an online format to bring flexibility and convenience to students.
The program serves educators who hold a professional teaching license in another field and wish to complete a master's of technology and/or seek a multi-age endorsement in Computer Technology. The program prepares technology facilitators to use technology more effectively in their teaching and to become technology leaders in their school or district. The program is Nationally Recognized by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).
Additionally, the Master's Degree Program in Computer Education and Technology also serves those wishing to pursue advanced preparation in Computer Technology to be used in K-12, community college, business or higher education. Individuals with technical and training backgrounds not holding teaching licenses who wish to pursue work in instructional design, web design business and/or community college are also supported by the Master's in Computer Education and Technology. Courses in this program can also be applied toward the Professional Instructional Design Certificate and the PhD in Instructional Technology.
The underlying philosophy of the CET program is that computers and technology should be integrated into the curriculum or organizations as part of the total process of teaching and learning. Our goal is to provide students with the knowledge, skill, and experiences to perform successfully as leaders in computer education and technology-related fields.
Students with licensure may choose to obtain a multi-age endorsement as part of their master's degree studies.
New students are admitted for any semester during the year.
The following video opens with a greeting from Patton College of Education Dean Renée Middleton and then demonstrates how to apply for the master's program in Computer Education and Technology:
For more information, contact:
Dr. Greg Kessler
302L McCracken Hall