Disclosure: The Educational Technology program at Boise State University is an advertiser on this site. This program has recently expanded its 100% online Ed Tech programs for teachers and has seats available for new students who want to start this summer or fall.
Each year, hundreds of K-12 teachers from across the nation enroll in these high quality programs to earn a master’s degree in educational technology or a certificate in online teaching, technology integration or school technology integration.
The 100% online format is an excellent option for those who live in rural communities or those who prefer to earn a graduate degree at home in their spare time. Most educators work full time and attend classes at a time convenient for them. Those who enroll in the program learn to the best ways to blend new technology and 21st century learning theory with current lesson plans. Course content can be applied to any grade level or subject taught.
The program recently was ranked one of the top online education graduate programs by U.S. News and World Report. The program also has one of the largest number of graduates nationwide each year.
The admission process is simple with an online application. No GRE is required for admission to master’s degree or a certificate program. To learn more visit the program website edtech.boisestate.edu
Tuition is affordable and most teachers qualify for some kind of financial aid, regardless of credit history, assets or income. Many can defer student loan payments while they are enrolled in the program.
Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis, so class size is limited to 23.
New Ed.S. Degree and Games Certificate will begin this fall.
The program will offer two new 100% online programs this fall—an education specialist program and a graduate certificate in educational games and simulations.
To learn more, contact an admission adviser:
Jerry Foster phone: (208) 426-4008 or email: email@example.com
Dixie Conner: phone: (619) 741-7748 or email firstname.lastname@example.org