New media are altering fundamental conceptions of teaching and learning. Areas of study within the graduate programs in Educational Technology at the University of Toledo are at the cutting edge of innovation, in terms of both research and practice, for application in a variety of learning environments.
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The Carver Learning Technology Support Center is a state-of-the-art, on-campus computing facility that serves both students and faculty. The Center offers several computer labs (with open hours for students), supports both Apple and PC computers, and offers a wide range of technology available for check-out, including digital cameras, laptops, and other media.
The Master’s Degree in Educational Technology is a 30-hour program.
The Education Specialist Degree requires 32 hours of course work beyond the Master’s Degree.
The Ph.D. programs in Educational Technology (Educational Media) have an impressive track record for placing students in research and teaching positions in school districts, colleges, and universities. The program also helps prepare students for work as instructional designers, performance technologists, and consultants in non-academic environments.
The University of Toledo is regionally accredited by the North Central Association (NCA) and is authorized to offer degrees online. The Judith Herb College of Education is accredited by The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).
Facts & Figures
International Financial Aid:
Average Cost per Credit (Graduate):
543.15 + fees USD