At a Glance

Program units


Average completion time

18–24 months

Cost per unit


Base cost




*Base Cost (cost per unit x program units) is provided to aid in program comparison only.

All stated financial information is subject to change.


Beginning fall 2016, the M.A.Ed. in Digital Teaching and Learning will transition to the M.A.Ed. in Learning and Technology. The updated curriculum advances the use of technology in instruction, enabling candidates to create innovative and engaging learning experiences. Check back soon for curriculum updates! When applying to this program, please select the M.A.Ed. in Learning and Technology along with your corresponding credential option.

The Master of Arts in Education: Digital Teaching and Learning focuses on foundational tools teachers need to design and implement instructional experiences that integrate technology throughout the curriculum. Attention is given to learning theory for today’s digital learner, instructional video, and Web 2.0 tools for enhanced interactive learning.

Each course provides hands-on instruction, giving candidates the time and training needed to develop subject-specific skills and activities. Students will demonstrate their understanding of technology-imbedded instruction in the Capstone project.

This combined program pairs the Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, for candidates who are or are not teaching full time, with an innovative new master’s degree, resulting in a graduate program designed to meet the needs of the 21st-century classroom while advancing educators’ careers.

Note: This information is current for the 2015-16 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.