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Re: Masters in Educational Technology

Posted By: Andrew Topper on May 7, 2001

We offer such a degree at Grand Valley State University in Western Lower Michigan.
The actual degree is in General Education, with an emphasis on educational technology. I am confident there are
other, similar programs scattered around the U.S.

Our program provides a focus on how and why educational technology can be supportive of student and teacher
learning. We provide a core set of courses in ed tech, and require that our students also take foundation courses,
like other M.Ed. students. We allow up to 6 credits of electives for students outside the core courses - these can
be in almost any area, so long as they are graduate level. In the final course, students work on a thesis project.

Feel free to visit us on the Web at: http://www.gvsu.edu/soe/ to get more information on our program. I hope this
is helpful to you.

andrew topper
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