Boise State University

Master of Educational Technology (M.ET.)

Educators who want to become better teachers, peer trainers, online teachers, e-learning designers, and school technology coordinators should seriously consider this online, project-based program because of its strong focus on hands-on technology integration. A Boise State master's degree in Ed Tech provides several distinct advantages, each of which translates into greater value for you. For example, we expect you to customize our program to your professional needs. We strongly encourage you to specialize in an area of emphasis in addition to developing proficiency in a broad range of technology integration teaching skills. Become noted and highly employable as an innovative technology integrator, an online teacher, or an instructional designer. You study from the comfort and security of your home, although we always welcome visitors. Learn from experts in a regionally and NCATE-accredited program—we've been teaching technology integration since 1990, and teaching it online since the late ‘90s. Please request more information today; we'd love to explore how we can serve you. THIS PROGRAM IS NOT FOR INITIAL TEACHER LICENSURE.

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Boise State University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

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