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
Secondary Education Technology

Next Steps

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