The Master of Science (MS) degree in Educational Technology emphasizes a practitioner's approach to the design, development, and evaluation of instructional technology for education and industry. The program focuses on issues relating to learning, instructional design, visual design, multimedia development, evaluation, and research. The entire program of study is offered online. Program courses are sequenced to permit completion within two years. http://edtech.arizona.edu/
UA South - the University of Arizona’s branch campus headquartered in Sierra Vista - extends the University’s educational mission to the region’s people, in multiple locations and with targeted degree programs. UA South provides affordable, accessible opportunities to earn high-quality and meaningful University of Arizona degrees in sites throughout Southern Arizona, including key border communities in Cochise and Santa Cruz Counties. We partner with community colleges to offer bachelor degrees that are of high quality, low cost, and geographically accessible. In addition to traditional degree programs in education, computer science, humanities and the social sciences, UA South offers Bachelor of Applied Science programs, Master’s programs in education, and a variety of continuing education programs designed to meet the workforce needs of regional industry.
Because the M.S. in Education Technology has specific entrance and degree requirements you should meet with an academic advisor to ensure that you have met the following requirements:
International students must enroll in 6 units of in-person instruction. This is a fully online program.
The master's degree program of study is developed in consultation with a faculty advisor and requires a minimum of 36 units of graduate courses, with at least 27 of these units taken in Educational Technology. The choices within the program of study are based on professional aspirations, scholastic needs, and personal preferences. If desired, a thesis can be pursued. For completion, the master’s degree program requires development of a best-works portfolio.
The following courses, or equivalents, are required, with exceptions to be made in consultation with the faculty advisor. All courses are three units (semester hours) unless otherwise indicated.
Major: Educational Technology (12 units)
II. Measurement and Research Methods (6 units)
(Select 2 courses below)
III. Educational Psychology (3 units)
(Select one course below)
IV. Supporting Courses/Electives (15 units)
You may select from the following list, or elsewhere, with the agreement of the faculty advisor. (Select 5 courses below)
The Ph.D. students at the University of Arizona can minor in Educational Technology. More information http://edtech.arizona.edu/content/phd-minor.