M.Ed. in Technology

The M.Ed. in Technology online degree program prepares educators for effective and innovative uses of technology in K-12 educational settings. This concentration meets USF, state and national standards. The program supports students' computing and technology literacy development to improve teaching and learning. This strand prepares educators to assume leadership roles in implementing, supervising and managing technology resources at the school level as technology integrationists. Graduates can become the expert technology change-agents in their schools. Graduates are eligible for the K-12 classroom technology endorsement and/or the K-12 technology integrationist endorsement.

The next M.Ed. in Technology group will begin summer 2017.*

* Students interested in starting during off years of the prescribed cycle should contact the Director of Education Graduate Programs to inquire about schedule modifications that may allow interested students to begin core coursework.

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Summer Year 1 Credit Hours
Edu 504 Telecommunications in Education 3
Edu 514 Teaching and Learning with Technology 3
Edu 531 Legal Foundations of Education 3

Fall Year 1
Edu 535 Applying Technology 3

Spring Year 1
Edu 554 Leadership Issues in Technology 3

Summer Year 2
Edu 521 Curriculum Development & Design 3
Edu 501 Professional and Ethical Leadership 3
Edu 564 Multimedia/Hypermedia Applications in Education 3

Fall Year 2/Spring Year 2
Edu 587 Technology Planning and Implementation 2/2

Other requirements to be completed during the 2-year format:
Edu 585 Research Methods - fall or summer 3
Two graduate credits of elective 2

Total Credits


For additional information, please contact Dr. Becky Thurman at 605-575-2083 or This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it