The Minnesota State University Mankato Master of Science degree in Educational Technology responds to the growing needs of P-16 education and industry in providing instruction for the technological environment. Program emphasis may be educational technology integration in the classroom, instructional design for education, the technology leader or instruction for distance learning.
The graduate program consists of 34 hours, including an alternate plan paper, and is developed through a certificate format. Students are to complete three certificates (27 credits) and a research portion (7 credits). Courses are presented predominantly in an online format.
Each certificate consists of three 3-credit courses.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges