Online Master’s Degree in Educational Technology | Lawrence Tech

Online Master’s in Educational Technology – Training & Performance Improvement

Degree Overview

Lawrence Tech Online Bachelor of Science in Information TechnologyThe online master’s degree in educational technology in training and performance improvement program is focused on providing educational professionals and corporate trainers with the knowledge they need to integrate the latest instructional technologies into their coursework. Online master’s degree in educational technology students have an opportunity to examine the latest, most relevant strategies of distance learning and online instruction, developing a high degree of comfort with the most cutting-edge hardware, software, and web-based instructional technology and performance improvement platforms. The skills students hone during the program can be applied to a number of different fields, including education, healthcare, instructional design, e-learning, new media, human resources, and many other positions in the corporate training industry.

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Quick Facts:

  • MET-TPI is a self-paced program
  • MET-TPI students can apply for a non-need-based scholarship
  • Completion of 7 core courses* meets criteria for the Educational Technology Endorsement (NP endorsement) through the Michigan Department of Education

For education professionals interested in the Master of Educational Technology (MET) and requiring a teaching endorsement, we encourage you to contact Dr. V. Tobos at 248-204-3617 for more information.