Graduates of the Educational Technology master's program often choose to pursue a career in the following areas:

  • Training Specialist
  • K-12 Technology Coordinator / Teacher
  • Instructional or Educational Technologist
  • Academic Technology Coordinator
  • Technology Support Specialist
  • Director of Technology & Innovation
  • Instructional Designer
  • Higher Education Technology Coach / Coordinator

Recent Graduates

  • Director of Curricular Technology & Innovation, The College Preparatory School
  • Training Officer, Learning and Development at California Public Utilities Commission
  • User Experience Research, StubHub
  • K-8 Technology Coordinator / Teacher
  • Project Analyst / Facilities Coordinator, UCSF
  • Director of Academic Programs & Developer of Marketing at
  • Technology Teacher, San Francisco Day School
  • Instructional Technologist at Bishop O'Dowd High School
  • Academic Technology Coordinator, Lower School at Sacred Heart Schools
  • Technology Support Specialist and iPad Program Manager, Hillbrook School
  • Technology Resource Teacher, Redwood City School District
  • Academy / Pathway Coordinator, Galileo Academy of Science and Technology
  • Director & Founding Partner,
  • Adjunct Professor, English as a Second Language MA TESOL
  • Senior Content Strategist UX, Walmart eCommerce
  • Digital Marketing Associate, Borderfree
  • Academic Technology Coordinator, Sacred Heart Schools