Master of Education - Educational Technology Emphasis
In today’s classroom the use of technology in education has become popular and many teachers are seeking supplemental knowledge in this area. Candidates enrolled in the masters of education program at Belhaven University are required to take a core of courses for 21 hours. In addition, students desiring hours in education and technology can take 3 online courses in this area of emphasis for 9 credits. The degree program concludes with a comprehensive capstone course. This educational technology emphasis would enable the candidate to expand their technological expertise and qualify them for a computer applications endorsement.COURSE DESCRIPTIONS COURSE SCHEDULE
Course Delivery Formats
All courses in the degree program are presented in an online learning delivery format. However, to assist the online learner, each course offers three optional on ground support seminars. The enrolled candidate may choose to attend or not attend (class attendance and final grades are based solely on weekly submission of online assignments and assignment grades). Support Seminars are held either during a week night evening session or a Saturday morning session. Sessions are held on the first (1st), fourth (4th), and seventh (7th) weeks of each eight (8) week course term. Support Seminars have been designed to encourage, support, and assist candidates in their studies and to provide an opportunity to meet with their professor and colleagues. This is an excellent opportunity for the online learner to experience live person-to-person interaction, have questions answered, and dialogue with the professor regarding course procedures and course content. It also provides an occasion to network with other professional educators enrolled in the course.
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NOTE: the three courses listed in the area of emphasis are online classes.
|Course #||MED Core Courses||Credits|
|EDU600||MED Orientation Seminar||0|
|EDU610||Research Methods and Procedures||3|
|EDU612||Curriculum Planning and Organization||3|
|EDU628||Advanced Instructional Strategies||3|
|REA617||Content Area Literacy||3|
|EDU621||Assessing Student Learning||3|
|EDU623||Technology in Education||3|
|EDU630||Diagnostic and Remedial Strategies Across the Content Areas||3|
|Area of Emphasis - Educational Technology
These 3 Courses to be completed online
|EDU641||Integrating Technology into The Curriculum||3|
|EDU642||Using Technology to Assess Learning and Manage Data||3|
|EDU643||New and Emerging Technologies||3|
|EDU625||Instructional Leadership Skills in the Classroom||3|
Offered to students who hold an undergraduate degree in education or have completed a teacher preparation program. Students who hold an undergraduate degree in education or have completed a teacher preparation program may apply to the Master of Education degree program with evidence of holding or being eligible to hold a Standard license in the area of emphasis for which the student is seeking degree and two years of teach experience. The MEd focuses on the core foundation of the educational profession - teaching and learning.
Students must have a GPA of 2.75 or higher on one of the following:
- Cumulative from undergraduate/graduate degree granting institution or
- Cumulative on last 60 hours of undergraduate work
Non-degree seeking students
- Must submit an official transcript from their undergraduate/graduate degree-granting colleges/universities.
- After attempting six semester hours, must either apply for admission as a degree-seeking student or make a request to be continued as a non-degree seeking student (maximum of 12 hours).