The MEd in Educational Technology is a 30-credit degree program designed to deepen your expertise in the integration of technology into your classroom.  Aligned with International Society for Technological Education (ISTE) standards, the curricula is designed by leaders in the field with hundreds of years of collective classroom experience.  Elective offerings are market-responsive and evolve with the fast-paced field of educational technology.

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Program Requirements (30 credits)

Required Courses (18 credits)

  • EDPD 604  Designing 21st Century Learning Environments | 3 credits

  • EDPD 605  Research Methods | 3 credits

  • EDPD 701  Capstone Project: Master of Education | 3 credits

  • ETEC 601  Integrating Educational Technology Into Student Assessment | 3 credits

  • ETEC 602  Differentiated Instruction Using Educational Technology | 3 credits

  • ETEC 603  Ethics in Educational Technology | 3 credits

Electives (12 credits)

  • Select 4 courses from subject: ETEC | 12 credits


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Sarah Eckert

Director, Professional Institute for Educators + MEd Programs, School of Professional Studies

• Submission of a completed application form or online application.

• Nonrefundable application fee of $60 to be paid by check, money order or credit card.  The fee must be payable in U.S. currency and all checks must be drawn on U.S. banks. 

• Official transcripts, including secure eTranscripts, should be sent to PIE by the Registrar's Office at the college(s) or school(s) involved electronically to or in hard copy to:

    Attn: Professional Institute for Educators
    University of the Arts
    320 South Broad St.
    Philadelphia, PA 19102

For transcripts from outside the United States, please refer to the instructions in the transcript section for international students.

• Statement of applicant’s academic and professional goals, 2-3 pages long, stating professional plans, interests, and goals.

• Resume or CV including the applicant’s name; address; phone; email; colleges attended with degrees, dates conferred, employment history; professional experience; present employer; and names of references.

•  1-2 current Letters of Recommendation, sent electronically to or in hard copy to:

    Attn: Professional Institute for Educators
    University of the Arts
    320 South Broad St.
    Philadelphia, PA 19102

Note: Neither MEd Programs nor Graduate Certificates lead to PA Dept of Education Certification. These programs are designed for K-12 in-service teachers. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

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