- Course Requirements
- Technology Requirements
- Software Requirements
- Additional Requirements
- Frequently Asked Questions
|Level One Core Courses||13 units|
|Level One courses offer a basic understanding of technology-embedded instruction. These courses are required of all students and are completed prior to Level Two and Level Three courses.|
EDUC 511Essentials in Educational Technology and Learning*
EDUC 512Instructional Applications of Productivity Software
EDUC 513Digital-age Literacies
EDUC 517Digital Imaging in the Classroom
EDUC 522Learning in the 21st Century
|*This course must be taken first.|
|Level Two Core Courses||12 units|
|Level Two courses offer essential instructional tools and content skills for educators. These courses are required of all students and are completed prior to Level Three courses.|
EDUC 514Digital Video in the Classroom
EDUC 515Evolving Educational Technologies
EDUC 524Curriculum Design and Delivery
EDUC 525Web Design for the Classroom
|Level Three Courses||9 units|
|Level Three courses offer advanced skills and tools for tech-savvy educators. These courses are required of all students and are completed prior to the capstone course.|
EDUC 519Document Design for the Classroom
EDUC 520Creating Web Media
EDUC 523Hypermedia-Enhanced Learning Environments
|Final Course||2 units|
|Apply and demonstrate authentic technology-embedded instruction.|
EDUC 526Capstone Experience in Educational Technology and Learning*
|* EDUC 526 includes an oral defense. This class must be taken at the end of the coursework and is required of all students to receive the Master of Arts in Educational Technology and Learning.|
- A Mac or PC laptop computer that meets the minimum requirements (Contact the program director for specifications.)
- Internet Service Provider
- Email account
Other equipment, such as a digital camera, webcam, and CD burner may be needed with certain courses and student-selected projects.
- Current operating systems (Mac: OS X; PC: Windows 7 or higher)
- Latest version of Internet Explorer, Safari, or Mozilla/Firefox
- Microsoft Office or iWork
- Students may not enroll in more than seven units per nine-week term.
- Program changes will occur as needed.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many units should/can I take each nine-week term?
Students who take six units (two classes) every term can complete the program in just over a year. Those who take three units (one class) every term will finish the program in a little over two years. Five terms are offered each year (Fall I, Fall II, Spring I, Spring II, and Summer). Academic advising is completed with the program director.
What is the class availability?
Classes are offered at six sites throughout Southern California. Contact program director, Joanne Gilbreath, email@example.com for course schedule.
What is the average class size?
Each class generally has 10–15 students.
How many transfer units are accepted?
You can transfer up to six semester units.
Is a thesis required?
No. All final requirements are to be fulfilled in EDUC 526.
How high is the demand for this degree and occupation in the marketplace?
Nearly all districts are seeking educators with expertise in educational technology.
What services do you offer as a convenience to the graduate student?
Classes are small, meeting times are set with working professionals in mind, and courses are offered at multiple sites throughout Southern California. In addition, several courses occur online as well as face-to-face.