Enhance education through technology.
The focus of UToledo’s educational technology graduate program is to create better ways to teach and to learn.
Advances in technology and educational media have transformed learning and teaching environments.
The University of Toledo’s graduate program in educational technology teaches how to integrate this constantly evolving technology into new instructional strategies and curricula.
Our master’s and doctoral programs are designed for individuals who wish to become professional educators or simply expand their knowledge and skill sets in teaching and learning. An educational technology graduate degree can benefit leaders in many fields, whether you’re working in the private sector or the government, or at a university.
The programs emphasize instructional design and educational technology and include a solid foundation in research, curriculum and teaching skills.
Flexibility. Work full-time while earning a graduate degree. UToledo’s 10-course master’s program is 100% online. About 70% of Ph.D. classes in educational technology are online.
Online aid. UToledo distance learners are supported by UT Online, eTutoring, an IT help desk and an eLibrary.
Diversity. The graduate students in our program come from many backgrounds. They are educators, military personnel, instructional designers, IT professionals and online course developers. This diversity of experience is valuable to our students.
Cutting-edge program that is competitive with those at top universities. UToledo follows the standards of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. AECT sets benchmarks for educational technology programs around the world.
The master’s and Ph.D. educational technology programs have a 100% job placement rate.
Our graduates are prepared to be:
UToledo alumni have landed positions at the University of Michigan, ProMedica and The University of Toledo, as well as dean of the College of Education at Indiana State University.
Master’s and Ph.D. students work with faculty on research and often publish their findings.
Educational technology faculty members frequently publish in major journals and present at international and national conferences. They have received more than $7 million in federal and state research grants.
Faculty research interests include: