Loyola's educational technology graduate program is designed to help our students become technology leaders at the school and district levels by emphasizing a conscientious approach to technology. The program focuses on the practical application of educational technology theory—whether planning for technology, implementing technology in the curriculum, or administering a technology program. As a result, our students learn powerful ideas that go beyond the current technology fad.
While personal and professional enrichment is a primary goal of the program, Loyola places equal emphasis on how to best serve the schools and school systems. The program ends with an individualized educational technology internship where graduate students apply their knowledge to help improve their own school or district. By offering a comprehensive course of study that blends practical applications with ethical, philosophical, and theoretical perspectives, Loyola is growing the ranks of qualified technology leaders to support schools in and around Maryland.
Teachers from all backgrounds and levels of experience are encouraged to apply to the program, and can choose between the following programs:
Our programs are nationally recognized by the International Society for Technology in Education, and graduates have gone on to become academic technology coordinators, technology committee chairs, computer teachers, and even NSA employees.