The latest tech offers great potential for improved student learning, and our curriculum focuses on using tools to increase student engagement, motivation, and active learning. We understand that every school has different types and amounts of resources, so we explore a wide variety of technology tools, with an emphasis on those that are low-cost or free. You’ll be encouraged to leverage your learning for immediate applicability, and course projects will require you to apply new skills to discipline-specific content needs.
Still Accepting for Spring
It's almost like the program was custom-fit for my current job. My time at USF pretty much prepared me exactly for what I am doing now."
Gavin Maeda Ed Tech Alumni
- Understand the structure and function of educational technology systems.
- Prepare to evolve with rapidly changing educational and technological landscapes.
- Design and teach online, hybrid, or blended courses.
- Apply technology-enhanced educational practices in and out of the classroom.
The Educational Technology, MA degree is designated as a STEM program (science, technology, engineering, and math). Eligible international students may apply to work in the United States for additional time via the Optional Practical Training (OPT) benefit and OPT STEM extension.