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Educational Technology, Training and Development

The graduate degree in Educational Technology, Training and Development is a master's program that encourages students to improve their professional practice using learning theory, technology, and leadership skills.

Admission Requirements

University requirements:

 

A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution or its equivalent from a foreign institution with a GPA of 3.0 or higher in all work attempted in the last 60 credit hours of undergraduate study.

 

 

Additional program requirements:


1. Official transcripts from all attended institutions 
2. Written statement identifying: 
           • professional and career goals 
           • aspiration 
3. Current resume 
4. Three letters of recommendation (using UNF's online reference system) 
 

Applicants not meeting the 3.0 minimum requirement may contact the Educational Leadership Program Director for additional admission criteria options. For additional tools to determine GPA, please visit Calculating Your GPA. 

 


Major: Educational Leadership

Concentration: EdTech, Training & Dev
Degree: Master of Education
Core Requirements (6 credits)
SELECT ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING:
  • EDF 6607 Education in America OR
  • EDF 6687 Multicultural & Urban Foundations in Education
SELECT_ ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING:
  • EDF 6480 Foundations in Education Research OR
  • EDG 6911 Action Research in Education
Major Requirements (18 credits)
EDA6061 Introduction to Ed Leadership (3 Credits)
EDA6191 Team Leadership (3 Credits)
EDA6196 Leadership/Learning Organizat (3 Credits)
EDA6302 Lifelong Learning/Prof Develop (3 Credits)
EDG6285 Fundamentals of Program Eval (3 Credits)
SELECT 1 FROM THE FOLLOWING:
  • EDA 6271 Technology for Educational Leaders
  • EME 5403 Technology in Education
Major Electives (15 credits)
EME6061 Ed Tech Portfolio (0 Credits)
SELECT_ 5 FROM THE FOLLOWING LIST:
  • EME 6050 Enhance Instructional Technology
  • EME 6405 Educational Web Design
  • EME 6409 Interactive Distance Education
  • EME 6418 Educational Multimedia
  • EME 6441 Technology for Special Populations
  • EME 6601 Instructional Design & Application
  • EME 6628 Education Technology Systems
  • EME 7415 Education Design Multimedia
  • EME 6046 Technology and Literacy
  • Or AN ELECTIVE selected in consultation with an Educational Technology facutly advisor.
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M.Ed. in Educational Leadership

Educational Technology, Training and Development Concentration

Course Rotation Schedule

 

*It is important that you follow this schedule.  The courses that are listed for each semester will only be offered during those semesters with the exception of the following courses: EDG 6991 Action Research, EDF 6480 Foundations of Ed. Research, and EDF 6607 Education in America.

 

YEAR ONE

FALL:

EDG 6991 Action Research

OR

EDF 6480 Foundations of Educational Research

EME 5403/EDA 6271 Technology in Education / Technology & Educational Leadership (IP)

EME 6050 Enhancing Instruction with Technology

Elective 1

 

SPRING:

EDF 6607 Education in America

EDA 6196 Leadership and Learning Organizations

EDA 6302 Lifelong Learning & Professional Development

EME 6601 Instructional Design and Applications

Elective 2

 

SUMMER:

EDA 6271 Technology and Educational Leadership

EDA 6191 Team Leadership & Development

EDG 6285 Fundamentals of Program Evaluation

 

YEAR TWO

 

FALL:

EME 5403 / EDA 6271 Technology in Education / Technology and Educational Leadership (IP)

EME 6418 Educational Multimedia

EME 6050 Enhancing Instruction with Technology

Elective 3

 

SPRING:

EME 7415 Educational Design for Digital Media

EME 6601 Instructional Design & Applications

Elective 4

 

SUMMER:

EDA 6271 Technology and Educational Leadership

EME 6061 Educational Technology Portfolio

EDA 6191 Team Leadership & Development

EDG 6285 Fundamentals of Program Evaluation

 

 

  Notes

  •  No more than 10 semester hours can be completed before a student is fully admitted, including a maximum of 6 semester hours of approved transfer credit from another institution.  
  • All credits must be earned with 5 years.  
  • A student may receive credit for a course only once. However, the GPA will reflect all repeated courses.