The online M.A. in Educational Technology offers a state-of-the-art curriculum designed by the College of Education and Health Sciences for students interested in instructional design and educational technology. The program provides an expansive set of courses so that students may customize their degree to align with their specific career interests.
M.A. in Educational Technology students develop high-demand competencies in a growing field and can choose from one of our popular tracks or work with an academic advisor to carefully craft a course sequence that will best prepare them to excel in their current and future careers.
Those who elect to follow the instructional design track develop the technical skills, problem-solving capabilities and theoretical and practical knowledge about teaching and learning in:
Students who pursue the educational technology track will develop the technical skills, problem-solving capabilities and theoretical and practical knowledge about teaching and learning in:
This 32-credit program can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis. Full-time students are advised to start in the Fall with an optional flexible start in the Spring and typically enroll in three to four courses per semester, while part-time students typically enroll in two to three courses per semester. Most students complete the program in two years.
All online M.A. in Educational Technology courses are delivered from a diverse array of state-of-the-art learning technology including Moodle, Canvas, podcasts and YouTube.
Students can view recorded lectures and complete related assignments and discussions largely on their own time.
Students typically devote five hours per class per week to coursework. Though the online format provides flexibility, most assignments must be completed on schedule.
To learn more about Adelphi University’s online Master of Arts in Educational Technology and download a brochure, fill out the fields below or call us at 888.252.4110 to talk with one of our enrollment counselors.
The following popular course tracks are provided as an example of how you may decide to complete the M.A. in Educational Technology. Regardless of the path students choose, they are encouraged to contact an enrollment advisor who can help to design the course schedule that best aligns with their individual career goals.
Note: Independent study form required
Credits required to graduate: 32