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What Can You Do with a Master's Degree in Educational Technology

Many teachers enroll in the Educational Technology M.Ed. Program at Loyola University Maryland because they want to improve their use of educational technology. They desire to learn how to more effectively integrate the use of 1:1 devices, or how to teach in a hybrid or fully online setting, or how to improve student engagement and achievement with technology. They need help making sense of the many technology-initiatives that surface at the start of each new school year. They also want to learn about some of the latest and greatest tech tools (think flip, nearpod, and classdojo).

Loyola’s Ed Tech Program addresses all of this and more. We prepare forward-thinking and effective technology leaders. We integrate research-supported strategies to help you improve your teaching, pedagogical strategies, tool selection, and more. In addition, we teach you how to coach your peers to do the same. With a focus on developing educational technology leaders, graduates of Loyola’s M.Ed. program have gone on to become

  • National Board Certified Teachers
  • School Administrators
  • Technology Facilitators and Coordinators
  • Personnel at Ed Tech Start Ups
  • Instructional Designers (both within and outside of education)
  • Online pre-K-12 Teachers
  • STEM/STEAM Teachers and Coordinators
  • Professional Learning Leaders and Liaisons
  • Curriculum Developers

Beyond the usual promotion that comes with an advanced degree, here are some of the more unique positions that graduates of our program have accepted:

Want to learn more about the Loyola Educational Technology program? Find more information at the Loyola Ed Tech Web site and follow the Loyola Ed Tech program on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok  - @LoyolaET