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Office of Student Services
3100 Gillham Hall, MS 914
Toledo, OH 43606
419-530-2495
419-530-2906
JHCOE-StuSvcs@UToledo.edu

 

Department of Curriculum and Instruction
2000 Gillham Hall, MS 924
Toledo, OH 43606
419-530-5371
CI@UToledo.edu

Advanced Degrees in Educational Technology

 

Educational Technology Program Overview


Educational Technology ProgramThe Educational Technology Program, which prepare professionals at the master's (M.Ed.) and doctoral (Ph.D.) levels, is designed to meet the needs of those desiring to become specialists in the field of educational technology in positions at school, district, college and university levels as well as non-academic environments in industry such as:

  • Course developer or designer 
  • Technology coordinator 
  • Online learning specialist 
  • Web-based learning manager 
  • Multimedia designer 
  • Technology integration specialist 
  • Computer learning lab coordinator 
  • Instructional designer 
  • Learning applications (apps) designer 
  • Flipped classroom developer 
  • Web instructor 
  • Online teacher, mentor or trainer 
  • Distance learning director 

Educational Technology Master's Degree (M.Ed.)

Girls at computerThe Educational Technololgy Master's program requires 30 credit hours of coursework, which is offered 100% online and includes a solid foundation in research, curriculum, and teaching skills with an emphasis on instructional design and educational technology. 

Download the masters degree program requirement course options.

Masters Admissions Requirements

  • A baccalaureate degree from an accredited four-year institution. However, if you are planning to teach in P-12 schools, you must have a teaching licensure in a specific subject area or discipline.
  • An overall grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.7 or higher on a 4.0 scale in all undergraduate work.
  • Two (2) copies of any and all official graduate transcripts, including credits and degrees earned.
  • Three (3) letters of reference describing the applicant’s potential for successfully completing a master’s degree program, and recommendation letters concerning the prospective Graduate Student, may come from such sources as the undergraduate major adviser, current employer, school principal or others who are knowledgeable about the applicant’s ability to engage in graduate work in the desired program.
  • A non-refundable application fee (check or money order payable to The University of Toledo).

Admissions Requirements for Prospective International Graduate Students

In addition to the above requirements please check the College of Graduate Studies International Graduate Admissions Requirement.

Contact the College of Graduate Studies at at grdsch@utnet.utoledo.edu or call at 419.530.4723 for more information.

To Apply online visit the College of Graduate Studies.


Doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction: Educational Technology (Ph.D)

Woman at computerThe Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction: Educational Technology requires a minimum of 60 semester credit hours including:

  • Professional Seminars 6 hours
  • Research Tools 12 hours
  • Interdisciplinary area of concentration 33 hours
  • Dissertation research 9 hours

The doctoral program, which is offered 70% online, is designed to help students develop rigorous scholarship and expertise in a specific field in order to facilitate their dissertation writing and future professional work. 

Download the doctoral degree program requirement course options.

Doctoral Admissions Requirements

All graduate students interested in the doctoral program in C&I must meet the admission requirements of the College of Graduate Studies, the Judith Herb College of Education, and the Ph.D. Program in which they wish to study. The admission requirements are as follows:

  • A complete Application for College of Graduate Studies Admission
  • A 3.0 cumulative grade point average in all graduate work
  • An autobiographical sketch that describes why the applicant wishes to pursue the selected doctoral program. This sketch should also include information on previous study, educational experience, professional accomplishments, immediate and future professional goals, a proposed time schedule for completing the degree, and any other information that the applicant believes is relevant for admission into the desired program.
  • Evidence of research and writing ability. Such evidence may include a master’s thesis, proctored writing sample, a written research report, one or more reprints of publications, a paper presented to a professional society, or similar evidence of competence in this respect. 
  • Two (2) copies of any and all official graduate transcripts, including credits and degrees earned,
  • Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is required for applicants seeking admissions to the Educational Technology program. Acceptable GRE scores are:
    • 144 Verbal
    • 144 Quantitative
    • 3.0 Analytical Writing
  • International Students (English Proficiency) TOEFL Score:
    • 550 (paper)
    • 213 (computer)
    • 80 (internet)
  • Three (3) letters of reference describing the applicant’s potential for successfully completing a doctoral program, and
  • A non-refundable application fee (check or money order payable to The University of Toledo).

To Apply online visit the College of Graduate Studies.


Contact Us:

Dr. Berhane Teclehaimanot at  or 419-530-7979

Dr. Judy Lambert at judy.lambert@utoledo.edu or 419-530-2064

 

Last Updated: 12/15/17