Jeremy Price, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Technology, Innovation, and Pedagogy in Urban Education
Technology is rapidly revolutionizing society, making it imperative that educators learn to use digital tools to strengthen their teaching and improve student learning. In order to meet this demand, Indiana University Indianapolis offers the online Master of Science in Education (MSEd) in Educational Technology for Learning, a comprehensive program designed to equip educators with the necessary skills and knowledge to thrive in today's technology-driven educational environments.
This 36-credit hour Master's degree program is built around a technology-infused curriculum that emphasizes hands-on experience and practical application of digital tools used in educational settings. Throughout the program, you will have the opportunity to explore and evaluate a wide variety of digital tools, enabling you to effectively integrate them into your teaching practices. By engaging in this curriculum, you will not only enhance your own technological proficiency but also learn how to leverage technology to achieve your pedagogical goals.
The demand for educators who can effectively engage learners in 21st-century skills and mindsets is higher than ever before. By connecting theory to practice, the curriculum equips you with the knowledge and skills necessary to design innovative learning experiences that foster creativity and active engagement among students.
With the IU Online MSEd in Educational Technology for Learning, you can gain the experience you need to excel in the digital age while enjoying maximum flexibility. Take the leap and embark on a transformative journey that will empower you to make a lasting impact on your students' learning outcomes!
Fall semester: Aug 1
Spring semester: Jan 1
Summer 1 semester: May 1
Summer 2 semester: Jun 15
To earn the MSEd in Educational Technology for Learning, you must complete 36 credit hours.
Requirements are broken down as follows:
Below is a list of potential resources for graduate students. Note: graduate assistantships are generally intended for students studying and working on the IU Indianapolis campus.
Early Childhood Educators: T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® Indiana scholarships are available for early childhood education professionals who work 30+ hours per week in Indiana.
Your IU Online MSEd in Educational Technology for Learning prepares you for careers in the K12 sector such as:
T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® scholarships are available for early childhood education professionals who work 30+ hours per week in Indiana.
for applicants with a degree from an accredited U.S. institution