The master of arts in curriculum and educational technology is a 30-hour program designed for educators seeking to integrate learning technologies into the K-12 curriculum or to direct curricular design, implementation, and evaluation in K-12 schools. While designed for careers that affect K-12 education, this program may also lead to careers in other instructional contexts.

Two specialization tracks are available: curriculum or educational technology. The master of arts in curriculum and educational technology is a unique program that places curriculum and educational technology as essentially interdependent. All students in the program take 21 hours of courses common to both areas. Students choose a track that best suits their career interests.

Certificate and License Options
If you are interested, you can complete the MA in Curriculum and Educational Technology while also obtaining a Computer Education License (CEL) add-on or Certificate in Computer Education. There are no additional courses, you just need to be strategic in your planning.

Mode of Delivery
This program is offered online.

Academic Advisor

  • Jon Clausen
    Associate Professor of Secondary Education Technology

Next Steps
Start your education now! Learn about our admissions process and degree requirements for the program.