The M.Ed. in Educational Technology is a graduate degree program for students who wish to take an academic degree but also desire the flexibility of choosing a stream that is most relevant to their teaching practices or educational research interests. This program is a cross-departmental faculty offering with the following streams:

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Elementary Education

For students who are interested in a K - 6 environment and who wish to focus on technology in a classroom integration context.

Secondary Education

For students who want to focus on the curricular and pedagogical aspects of educational technology, especially in middle and high school contexts.

Educational Psychology

For students who want to focus on the more pedagogical and psychological aspects of educational technology as related to learners of all ages.

Program Application Deadlines

Depending on the department to which you are applying, official intake deadlines will vary. Each department will also have different application requirements for students applying to their graduate program. For specific information about deadlines and requirements from each department, please select from the menu on the side. 

For general information about the program, please contact:

Graduate Coordinator, M.Ed. Technology in Education Specialization

Dr. Mike Carbonaro

For more specific program information, please contact the individual departments:

Graduate Program Administrator, Elementary Education

Antonella Scaccia-DeWitt

Graduate Program Administrator, Secondary Education

Ms. Anita Theroux

Graduate Program Administrator, Educational Psychology

Graduate Student Services Administrator