Master of Arts in Education and Human Development in the Field of Educational Technology Leadership

The master of arts in education and human development in the field of educational technology leadership degree program is designed for individuals who are entering or advancing in positions associated with schools, higher education, alternative educational settings, or other human service occupations in which computers and related information delivery technologies are used. The program of study is delivered online and provides students with opportunities to develop the knowledge, understanding, and skills necessary to provide leadership in the rapidly changing environment of technology in education.

This pioneering program is delivered in an interactive distance learning format to students around the world. The required curriculum covers the theory and practice of educational technology, including the use of computers and other instructional technology systems, technological management systems, policy making, research methods, and leadership.

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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 36 credits, including 27 credits in required courses and 9 credits in elective courses.

Required
EDUC 6114Introduction to Quantitative Research
or EDUC 6116 Introduction to Educational Statistics
EDUC 6368Leadership and Education
EDUC 6371Education Policy
EDUC 6401Applying Educational Media and Technology
EDUC 6402Computers in Education and Human Development
EDUC 6403Educational Hardware Systems
EDUC 6404Managing Computer Applications
EDUC 6405Developing Multimedia Materials
EDUC 6406Instructional Design
Elective
Three of the following
EDUC 6421Critical Issues in Distance Education
EDUC 6422Instructional Needs Analysis
EDUC 6425Developing Effective Training with Technology
EDUC 6426Computer Interface Design for Learning
EDUC 6427Advanced Instructional Design
EDUC 6428Developing Digital Professional Portfolios