Prepare to meet the rising demand for remote learning with the skills needed for a successful career in educational tech.
Why Earn an MA in Educational Technology?
Why Earn Your MA in Educational Technology at Adelphi?
- Benefit from the proximity to New York City, with access to a wealth of technology experts and opportunities.
- Take advantage of the flexibility to study anywhere and anytime with our fully online master’s option.
- Gain a greater understanding of new technologies through a state-of-the-art curriculum that prioritizes learning the high-demand competencies of this growing field through hands-on experience.
94%** Adelphi University Career Outcomes Survey: Class of 2018
The non-certification track is a 32-credit program that can be taken fully online and prepares students for careers in educational technology both within K–12 schools as well as in other formal and informal learning environments, including libraries, higher education and the private sector.
Students are admitted on a rolling basis and the GRE is not required. All international students are required to take the TOEFL.
Exceptional Hands-On Learning
At Adelphi, we believe hands-on experience is key to setting our students up for future career success. In the educational technology capstone course, you will build on the skills acquired in prior coursework and apply them toward a semester-long multimedia project. You will work with your fellow students to vote for a unique theme that reflects a contemporary social concern and do additional research to build an informational or persuasive element to your final project. Past students have used this project as an opportunity to test their skills, gaining first-hand experience building interactive websites, creating videos, documentaries or mobile apps and creating entire experiences through augmented reality and gallery displays.
Additional hands-on experience can also be gained through various internships offered through the program, including an instructional design internship for outstanding educational technology students funded by the Adelphi Faculty Center for Professional Excellence (FCPE).
Applicants for this program must meet the following application requirements:
- Online application
- Personal statement
- Official transcripts from all prior institutions and proof of bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year institution
- Two letters of reference
- A current résumé or CV
A personal statement describing your goals in pursuing graduate study in educational technology, in a focused essay (minimum of 300 words). You may choose to reflect on some of these questions:
- What are some meaningful experiences with digital technology and media from your past?
- What specific expertise and interests do you bring to the program?
- For better or worse, how do you see digital technology affecting learning now and in the near future?
In addition to the requirements above, non-native-speaking international students must submit results from their TOEFL exam.