Online Graduate Degrees and Programs

  Teaching moment: When Brian Clawson finished his online master’s degree, he could look back to a professor who showed him how he could match a career path with his life passions. Read his story.

Learn from some of the top professors in technology education without making a single trip to campus. Ball State's Master of Arts in Technology Education and Master of Arts in Career and Technical Education are offered 100 percent online.

The degree programs are tailored for teachers who want to earn a master's degree or have continuing education requirements to fulfill. You can complete the master's degree program or take a single course for graduate credit.

These long-established degrees can be completed at your own pace and require a total of 30 credit hours; a thesis is optional. The programs have been designed to emphasize ease of use and flexibility, while providing many opportunities for personal contact with your professor and fellow students. And the course content is updated often to meet the needs of changing technologies.

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