Master of Education in Teaching & Technology
The William Woods University online Masters in Education Technology program emphasizes the importance of understanding and utilizing various teaching styles and methods. This online program includes courses about education, research and technology that support enhanced teaching methods through the use of technology.
William Woods University Master of Education program alumni are employed in school districts in St. Louis, Kansas City, Jefferson City and across the State of Missouri.
The education technology program aligns with the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards and National Education Technology Standards. Teachers currently certified in enhancing Missouri’s Instructional Networked Teaching (eMINTS) may apply for up to nine hours of credential learning credit based on their level of certification.
Students must have a 2.5 GPA in undergraduate degree to be considered for admission into the graduate degree program.
EDU 500: Current Issues (3 credits)
EDU 520: Research Design (3 credits)
EDU 543: Teaching and Learning in the New Digital Landscape (3 credits)
EDU 558: Software Application for Academic Programs (3 credits)
EDU 561: Instructional Design With Technology (3 credits)
EDU 563: Applied Instructional Theories & Strategies Using Technology (3 credits)
EDU 571: Integration of Multimedia Production and Curriculum (3 credits)
EDU 589: Teaching and Technology Capstone Project (6 credits)
EDU 590: Appraisal of Student Learning (3 credits)